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Translation of "smile" - English-Turkish dictionary

smile

verb [I]
 
 
/smaɪl/
B1 to make a happy or friendly expression in which the corners of your mouth curve up
gülümsemek, tebessüm etmek
She smiled at me.Laughing and smiling
Translations of “smile”
in Arabic يَبْتَسِم…
in Korean 웃다…
in Malaysian senyum…
in French sourire…
in Italian sorridere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 微笑,笑, 以微笑表達, 微笑著說…
in Russian улыбаться…
in Polish uśmiechać się…
in Vietnamese mỉm cười…
in Spanish sonreír…
in Portuguese sorrir…
in Thai ยิ้ม…
in German lächeln…
in Catalan somriure…
in Japanese ほほ笑む, にっこりする…
in Indonesian tersenyum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 微笑,笑, 以微笑表达, 微笑着说…
(Definition of smile verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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