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brow1 British & World English

A person’s forehead

brow2 British & World English

A gangway from a ship to the shore

brow band British & World English

The part of a bridle which passes across the horse’s forehead

by the sweat of one's brow British & World English

By one’s own hard work, typically manual labour

lowbrow British & World English

Not highly intellectual or cultured

highbrow British & World English

Intellectual or rarefied in taste

monobrow British & World English

A pair of eyebrows that meet above the nose, giving the appearance of a single eyebrow

browbeat British & World English

Intimidate (someone), typically into doing something, with stern or abusive words

middlebrow British & World English

Demanding, involving, or having only a moderate degree of intellectual application

by the sweat of one's brow in sweat British & World English

By one’s own hard work, typically manual labour

brow English Thesaurus

the doctor wiped his brow with his handkerchief

brow English-Spanish

frente feminine

a furrowed brow in brow English-Spanish

una frente surcada de arrugas

with furrowed brow in furrow English-Spanish

con el ceño fruncido

to mop one's brow in mop English-Spanish

secarse* la frente

she furrowed her brow in disapproval in furrow English-Spanish

frunció el ceño en señal de desaprobación

beads of sweat stood on her brow in stand English-Spanish

tenía la frente perlada de sudor

the emperor's brow was wreathed with laurels in wreathe English-Spanish

el emperador llevaba una corona de laurel(es)

he earned his living by the sweat of his brow in sweat English-Spanish

se ganaba el pan con el sudor de su frente