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frown {noun}

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Context sentences for "frown" in Spanish

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EnglishOf course you are free to frown, Madam, but you have no reason to.
Naturalmente, puede fruncir el ceño, pero no tiene razón para hacerlo, madame.
EnglishI see a frown from the Council - it really is nice that the Council is represented here, for once, and we are glad to see it.
El Consejo frunce el ceño. Es estupendo que esté aquí representado y saludamos su presencia.
EnglishEven though we might frown on it, nobody should be criminalised for personal use of copyright material.
Incluso aunque desaprobemos esas prácticas, nadie debería ser procesado por el uso personal de material con derechos de autor.
EnglishThere are, unfortunately, politicians and bureaucrats in Europe who frown upon increased mobility and freedom of choice.
Lamentablemente, hay políticos y burócratas en Europa que desaprueban ese aumento de la movilidad y la libertad de elección.
EnglishWhat of future chairmen who choose to interpret these rules as they see fit, to frown upon dissent and to suppress it?
¿Y los futuros presidentes que decidan interpretar este Reglamento a su antojo, para desaprobar y acallar opiniones disidentes?
Englishher brow puckered in a worried frown
Englishher smile changed to a frown
Englishshe gave a puzzled frown
Englishto frown at sb
Englishto frown at sb
Englishhis brows knitted in a frown
Englishto frown at sth
Englishhe wore a frown
EnglishYou will be aware - because I noticed a distinctly presidential frown - that a Member' s mobile phone went off during the speech of, I think it was, the Prime Minister of Finland.
Usted tiene conocimiento - porque vi con claridad cómo fruncía el ceño- que el teléfono móvil de un diputado sonó durante la intervención, creo que, del Primer Ministro de Finlandia.

Synonyms (English) for "frown":

frown