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American English: /ˈaɪˌbraʊ/
British English: /ˈʌɪbraʊ/

Translation of eyebrow in Spanish:


  • to raise one's eyebrows
    arquear or enarcar las cejas
    to raise one's eyebrows at something
    asombrarse ante algo
    she never raised an eyebrow at the news
    ni se inmutó con la noticia
    eyebrow tweezers
    pinzas (feminine plural) de cejas
    Example sentences
    • Frontal sinusitis can cause pain above your eyebrows, and your forehead may be tender to touch.
    • My antennae can smell, too, thin, blue cords above my silver eyebrows and blue eyelids.
    • The hair of the scalp, eyebrows, and eyelashes are of separate type and develop fairly early in life.

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