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expression

noun
 
 
/ɪkˈspreʃən/
LOOK [C] B2 the look on someone's face showing what they feel or think
выражение лица
your facial expression He had a sad expression on his face.The head and face
PHRASE [C] B2 a phrase that has a special meaning
выражение, фраза
'A can of worms' is an expression meaning a difficult situation.Sentences and expressions
SHOWING THOUGHTS [C, U] B2 when you say what you think or show how you feel using words or actions
выражение
As an expression of our disapproval, we will no longer use his shop.Announcing, informing and stating
Translations of “expression”
in Korean 표현, (어구) 표현…
in Arabic تَعْبير, عِبارة…
in Portuguese expressão…
in Catalan expressió…
in Japanese 表情, 表現…
in Italian espressione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 表示, 表達, 表露…
in Turkish yüz ifadesi, özel anlamı olan ifade, deyim…
in Chinese (Simplified) 表示, 表达, 表露…
in Polish wyraz (twarzy), mina, wyrażenie…
(Definition of expression from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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