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Spanish translation of “frown”

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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.
Translations of “frown”
in Korean 얼굴을 찌푸리다…
in Arabic يَعبِس…
in French froncer les sourcils…
in Italian accigliarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 皺眉, 蹙額…
in Russian хмуриться…
in Turkish kaşlarını çatmak…
in Polish marszczyć brwi…
in Portuguese franzir as sobrancelhas, fechar a cara…
in German die Stirn runzeln…
in Catalan arrufar el nas…
in Japanese (人)がしかめ面をする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 皱眉, 蹙额…
(Definition of frown from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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