Definition of 'eyebrow'
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I plucked eccentric strands of eyebrow hair and put on my best suit. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The launch has been endlessly delayed, but it finally went live two weeks ago and has been greeted with arched eyebrows. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Either using a glitter eye pencil or any colour you choose, draw a thick line into the arch of the eyebrow. The Sun (2016)There's certain people with lots of eyebrow hair that might fancy it, though. The Sun (2016)This was a film framed by an arched eyebrow. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The worst thing is losing my eyelashes and eyebrows. Coping With Sudden Hair Loss (1988)There is also a link between the condition and men with grey hair and dark eyebrows. The Sun (2015)He scratched his head and arched his eyebrows. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My eyebrows have always grown back very quickly after plucking. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He had blue eyes and bushy eyebrows and danced like a dream. AN UNLIKELY COUNTESS: Lily Budge and the 13th Earl of Galloway (2004)There was something radiant about the expanse of his pale forehead and his thick arched eyebrows. Seminary Boy (2006)She also lost her eyebrows and eyelashes. Coping With Sudden Hair Loss (1988)Something about the hair and the eyebrows. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He arched his eyebrows yesterday when this statistic was put to him. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There are arched eyebrows and theatrical winks. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Not only that but my eyelashes and eyebrows had disappeared along with all my body hair. The Sun (2010)It becomes all about adjusting a hair in an eyebrow. The Sun (2014)Each significant point is followed by an arch of snowy eyebrows. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She exudes confidence and her arched eyebrows scream fun. The Sun (2013)She needs to let those hard eyebrows grow out a little bit and embrace a less rigid shape. The Sun (2010)She had plucked all her eyebrow hairs and eyelashes out so looked ridiculous first thing in the morning. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Use an eyebrow pencil to draw the shape first then fill in with pencil and finish with a brow powder. The Sun (2015)Choose an eyebrow pencil a shade or so darker than your brow colour and fill them in to give fantastic shape. The Sun (2010)He has bushy eyebrows, long hair and a big nose. Times, Sunday Times (2008)With raised eyebrows and busy pencils, the judges scribbled away diligently. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Is that what's making her eyebrows grow so big? The Sun (2013)So go easy with the tweezers, as well as the eyebrow pencil. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They concluded that all you need is a golden tan, a strong pair of eyebrows and nice hair. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'eyebrow'
British English: eyebrow /ˈaɪˌbraʊ/ NOUN
Your eyebrows are the lines of hair which grow above your eyes.
- American English: eyebrow
- Arabic: حَاجِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: sobrancelha
- Chinese: 眉毛
- Croatian: obrva
- Czech: obočí
- Danish: øjenbryn
- Dutch: wenkbrauw
- European Spanish: ceja
- Finnish: kulmakarva
- French: sourcil
- German: Augenbraue
- Greek: φρύδι
- Italian: sopracciglio
- Japanese: 眉
- Korean: 눈썹
- Norwegian: øyenbryn
- Polish: brew
- European Portuguese: sobrancelha
- Romanian: sprânceană
- Russian: бровь
- Spanish: ceja
- Swedish: ögonbryn
- Thai: คิ้ว
- Turkish: kaş
- Ukrainian: брова
- Vietnamese: lông mày
Definition of eyebrow from the Collins English Dictionary
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