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grin

  
      n   large sourire    m     
→ "Sounds great," Rob said with a grin        
→ Bobby looked at her with a sheepish grin.        
a big grin      un grand sourire  
→ She looked up at him, a big grin on her face.        
      vi   sourire  
→ He leaned towards me and grinned broadly.        
to grin at sb      sourire à qn  
→ Nancy grinned at him.        
Dave grinned at me.      Dave m'a souri.  
to grin and bear it      faire contre mauvaise fortune bon cœur  
→ They cannot stand the sight of each other, but they will just have to grin and bear it.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
See also:

grind, grain, groin, gringo

grin n.
sourire

Additional comments:

fred19641927:

large sourire

mboucetta:

grand sourire

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
exp.
sourire à qn
exp.
faire contre mauvaise fortune bon cœur
v.
sourire de toutes ses dents
exp.
lancer un sourire à qn
exp.
avoir un sourire jusqu'aux oreilles
exp.
avoir un sourire jusqu'aux oreilles
exp.
Prends un peu ton mal en patience
exp.
Il me lança un sourire diabolique.
exp.
un grand sourire
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'grin' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
grin
exp.
to grin and bear it
exp.
to grin and bear it
[Fig.]
v.
grin from ear to ear
exp.
to grin and bear it ; lay low
[Fig.] also : arch the back ; bow ; bend the back (à la fois figuré et concret), comme un chat
v.
grin and bear it ; accept humiliating conditions ; pass under the yoke
Subir une cuisante humiliation.
v.
smile from ear to ear ; grin from ear to ear ; smile all over one's face
v.
1. curl one's back 2. curl up to protect oneself 3. grin and bear something ; lie low and wait for better times
2. se ramasser sur soi-même pour se protéger 2. prendre une attitude résignée pour laisser passer un moment désagréable
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"grin": examples and translations in context
It was the grin that did it. C'est le sourire qui m'a eue.
Nothing's making you grin pretty wide. Rien qui ne te fait faire un large sourire.
Sometimes I felt the grin of the man from Amalfi... over his shoulder. Parfois je sentais le rictus de l'homme d'Amalfi par-dessus son épaule.
They all have such a horrible grin. Ils ont tous un affreux rictus.
You have his eyes and that mischievous grin. Vous avez ses yeux et son sourire espiègle.
Try cracking a grin next time. Essaye de sourire la prochaine fois.
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