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      sf   (=cara pequeña)   little face  
MODISMOS de carita        (Andes)   first-class  
MODISMOS dar o hacer carita        (Méx)  
to return a smile, flirt, flirt back  
MODISMOS hacer caritas        (Andes)   to make faces  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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carta, caita, carlista, carnitas

de carita exp.
[Latam] Andes;(MODISMOS)

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
to flirt back ; to return a smile
[Latam] (MODISMOS)
to flirt back ; to return a smile
[Latam] (MODISMOS)
[Latam] Méx;(MODISMOS)
to make faces
[Latam] Andes;(MODISMOS)
'carita' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
tenían las caritas encendidas de entusiasmo
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"carita": examples and translations in context
Ver su carita feliz y sonriente. Seeing your little face all happy and smiling.
Bien... veamos esa carita tan linda. GATE GUARD: Well, now. Let's see that pretty little face.
La carita con pestañas, cuando el me lo hace a mí. The smiley face with lashes is for when the guy goes down on me.
Pondré una carita guiñando un ojo. I'll throw in a winking smiley face.
Mira esa dulce y especial carita. Look at that sweet, special little face.
Su dulce carita no me engañó ni por un instante. Her sweet little face never fooled me for an instant.
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