Definition of 'forehead'
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I don't want to see my face in her forehead. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The shoulders, the eyes, the forehead. The Sun (2016)Sweat stuck curls of grey hair to his forehead and temples. The Barefoot Emperor: An Ethiopian Tragedy (2007)This causes pain around your eyes and forehead. The Sun (2015)Suffering pressure pains over your forehead or cheeks? The Sun (2011)Then let your attention focus on your forehead and face. Drug-Free Pain Relief (1987)She had white powder over her chin and forehead. The Sun (2014)He enjoyed training the little wave of brown hair above his forehead. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE (1999)It was because the wind kept blowing her short hair across her forehead and eyes. Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born (1995)My cheeks and forehead were the worst affected. The Sun (2010)The result is a nasty pain in the forehead or face. The Sun (2011)He was dripping with sweat from his chin to his forehead. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fringe is now halfway up forehead and no hair covering ears. The Sun (2014)Her hair was ruffled on her forehead and her cheeks were bright pink. The Secret Garden (1911)Her hand flew to her forehead and her face crumpled. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My hair thinned at the crown and my formerly low hairline on my forehead began to dramatically recede. The Sun (2012)His forehead felt smooth and very hard, and his hair smelt faintly sweet. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's just smaller foreheads and higher eyebrows. READY, STEADY, GO!: Swinging London and the Invention of Cool (2002)As its hold wore off, my forehead remained smooth. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Play with pink and purple tones to add definition to cheekbones, foreheads and nose. The Sun (2012)It produces greasy, spotty skin and can cause dandruff because it most commonly occurs along the hairline and forehead. The Sun (2015)A shiny, smooth forehead is a good indicator of this. The Sun (2009)They're so high, low foreheads. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'forehead'
British English: forehead /ˈfɒrɪd; ˈfɔːˌhɛd/ NOUN
Your forehead is the flat area at the front of your head above your eyebrows and below where your hair grows.
- American English: forehead
- Arabic: جَبْهَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: testa
- Chinese: 前额
- Croatian: čelo
- Czech: čelo
- Danish: pande anatomi
- Dutch: voorhoofd
- European Spanish: frente Anatomía
- Finnish: otsa
- French: front
- German: Stirn
- Greek: μέτωπο πρόσωπο
- Italian: fronte parte del volto
- Japanese: 額 顔
- Korean: 이마
- Norwegian: panne på hodet
- Polish: czoło
- European Portuguese: testa
- Romanian: frunte
- Russian: лоб
- Spanish: frente
- Swedish: panna kroppsdel
- Thai: หน้าผาก
- Turkish: alın
- Ukrainian: чоло
- Vietnamese: trán
Definition of forehead from the Collins English Dictionary
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