Portuguese translation of 'smirk'
sorriso falso or afetado
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Example Sentences Including 'smirk'
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Soon afterwards he was seen in public for the first time since 1963, a slight smirk on his face.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
A dreadful film, but it'll send you to bed with a smirk on your face.The Sun (2013)
And I'm doing it with a smirk on my face.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He had a smirk on his face.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
In fact, she's going around with a smirk on her face.The Sun (2011)
Take that smirk off your face.The Sun (2012)
That wiped the smirk off her face.The Sun (2009)
Yes, their bare chests bore signs of months of gym work, but they should not have attempted the trick without at least a smirk on their faces.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
But it has taken just two months to wipe the smirk off his face.The Sun (2010)
The simple pleasure of walking up to the net with an apologetic smirk on her face is the breath of life to her.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
There was a real annoying smirk on his face and I wanted to wipe it off.The Sun (2011)
I dreaded seeing his smirking face again.The Sun (2013)
Not that he seemed to mind, judging by the smirk on his face.The Sun (2015)
One of the blokes couldn't wipe the smirk off his face.The Sun (2009)
She added: 'When he turned round he had a smirk on his face.The Sun (2013)
Within 20 seconds the smirk was wiped clean off my red, sweaty face.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Yet his rival could barely smirk because he knows the mess he could inherit.The Sun (2009)
You forgot to mention the gratuitous soaking the smirking staff know will hit some tables when the sea is angry.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Used Occasionally. smirk is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: smirk VERB
If you smirk, you smile in an unpleasant way, often because you believe that you have gained an advantage over someone else or know something that they do not know.
Two men looked at me, nudged each other and smirked.
Translation of smirk from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary