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Spanish translation of “frown”

frown

verb /fraun/
to make the forehead wrinkle and the eyebrows move down (as a sign of worry, disapproval, deep thought etc)
fruncir el ceño
He frowned at her bad behaviour.
frown on/upon phrasal verb to disapprove of (something)
desaprobar
My family frowns (up) on smoking and drinking.
(Definition of frown from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)

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