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frown British & World English

Furrow one’s brows in an expression indicating disapproval, displeasure, or concentration

frown English Thesaurus

the old lady frowned at him

frown English-Spanish

fruncir* el ceño

frown on English-Spanish

that sort of thing is frowned upon

frown on English-Spanish

that sort of thing is frowned upon

frown upon English-Spanish

that sort of thing is frowned upon

frown on in frown English Thesaurus

drink-driving was frowned on by the interviewees

to frown at sb English-Spanish

ponerle* cara de pocos amigos a algn, mirar a algn con el ceño fruncido

to frown at sth English-Spanish

torcer* el gesto por algo

he wore a frown in frown English-Spanish

tenía el ceño fruncido

…, she said, with a frown in frown English-Spanish

… —dijo, frunciendo el ceño

her smile changed to a frown in change English-Spanish

dejó de sonreír y frunció el ceño