Hindi translation of 'grimace'
grimace/ɡrɪˈmeɪs, ˈɡrɪməs ग्रिˈमेइस्, ˈग्रिमस्/
Word forms: grimaces, grimacing, grimaced
intransitive verb, countable noun
If you grimace, or if you make a grimace, you twist your face in an ugly way because you are unhappy, disgusted, or in pain.मुँह बनाना/ मुँह बनाने की क्रिया nfमुख विकृत करना/ मुख-विकृति nf
He grimaced at his reflection. ...a little grimace of pain.
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Example Sentences Including 'grimace'
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Ragnor's body ached and his face twisted in a grimace of pain that hid his inner rage.THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
He grins and he grimaces.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
She makes a little grimace.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
And he grimaces in pain as he steps off a bus taking them to the handover area.The Sun (2008)
He grimaces with pain during the process.The Sun (2008)
He often makes little grimaces as if he were receiving an electric shock.The Sun (2007)
Was that a smile or a grimace on his face?Times, Sunday Times (2008)
He had a grimace for a face, and a scar across his cheek.WALKING THE BIBLE (2001)
His grimaces, the faces he pulls, were beyond anything you could imagine.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: grimace VERB
If you grimace, you twist your face in an ugly way because you are annoyed, disgusted, or in pain.
She started to sit up, grimaced, and sank back weakly against the pillow.
Translation of grimace from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary