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grin

verb /ɡrin/ ( past tense, past participle grinned)
to smile broadly
sonreír abiertamente, sonreír de oreja a oreja
The children grinned happily for the photographer.
grin and bear it to put up with something unpleasant without complaining
aguantarse, poner al mal tiempo buena cara
He doesn’t like his present job, but he’ll just have to grin and bear it until he finds another one.
(Definition of grin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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