Translation of gesto in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1 (movimiento) gesture hizo un gesto de aprobación con la cabeza he nodded (his approval) le hizo un gesto para que se callara she gestured to him to be quiet con un gesto le indicó que se sentara he motioned o/or gestured to her to sit down rechazó el plato con un gesto de asco she waved the plate away in disgust, she pushed away the plate with a gesture of disgust no entendí su gesto I didn't understand what he meant by that gesture
- 2 [literario/literary] (expresión) expression me miró con gesto expectante she looked at me expectantly escuchó con gesto resignado he listened with a resigned expression tenía el gesto adusto her face o/or expression was stern ¡no hagas esos gestos! don't make faces like that! torcer el gesto to make o/or (inglés británico/British English) pull a face
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