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Turkish translation of “pout”

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pout

verb [I]
 
 
/paʊt/
to push your lips forward because you are annoyed or because you want to look sexually attractive
dudak kıvırmak/bükmek; seksi görünmek için dudaklarını büzmek
Grimacing and frowningSexual attractionAttractive
pout noun [C]
dudaklarını buruşturma
Translations of “pout”
in Spanish hacer pucheros, hacer un mohín…
in French faire la moue…
in German schmollen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (生氣或性感地)噘嘴, 嘟嘴巴…
in Russian надувать губы…
in Chinese (Simplified) (生气或性感地)撅嘴…
in Polish wydymać usta…
(Definition of pout from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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