Hindi translation of 'frown'
frown /fraʊn फ़्राउन्/
Word forms: frowns, frowning, frowned
intransitive verb, countable noun
If you frown, or if you have a frown on your face, you move your eyebrows close together because you are annoyed, worried, or thinking hard.
त्योरी चढ़ाना/त्योरी nf
नाराज़गी जताना/नाराजगी nf
He frowned at her.
There was a deep frown on the boy's face.
frown on or frown upon
If something is frowned on, or if it is frowned upon, people disapprove of it.
Back then it was frowned upon to work when you had children.
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Example Sentences Including 'frown'
They hadn't moved and she realized he was regarding her with a slight frown.LOST SUMMER (2002)
He was deep in thought, and his thoughts, to judge from his frown , were not altogether pleasant.Double Deceit
A pair of suspicious dark eyes glared at him, taking in his red uniform with a frown.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'frown' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَعْبِسُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: franzir as sobrancelhas
- Chinese: 皱眉
- Croatian: mrštiti se
- Czech: mračit se zamračit se
- Danish: rynke panden
- Dutch: fronsen
- European Spanish: fruncir el ceño
- Finnish: rypistää otsaansa
- French: froncer les sourcils
- German: die Stirn runzeln
- Greek: κατσουφιάζω
- Italian: disapprovare
- Japanese: まゆをひそめる
- Korean: 눈살을 찌푸리다
- Norwegian: rynke pannen
- Polish: zmarszczyć brwi marszczyć brwi
- Portuguese: franzir o sobrolho
- Romanian: a se încrunta
- Russian: хмурить брови
- Spanish: fruncir el ceño
- Swedish: ogilla
- Thai: ทำหน้าบึ้ง
- Turkish: kaşlarını çatmak
- Ukrainian: супитися насупитися
- Vietnamese: nhíu mày
Translation of frown from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary