Definition of grin or smile from ear to ear in English:

grin (or smile) from ear to ear

Smile broadly: you’ll come out of the show grinning from ear to ear
More example sentences
  • At the end of the evening, Dick was smiling from ear to ear to see just hooks on the walls where his artworks used to hang because that means they have been sold.
  • ‘It's all sorted’ Sky replies, smiling from ear to ear.
  • ‘When we saw her in the pet store, we just knew she was the dog for you,’ my mom continued, smiling from ear to ear.
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