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exp.
to knit one's brows
exp.
to frown
exp.
frown
exp.
to burn the midnight oil
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to pluck one's eyebrows
exp.
to raise one's eyebrows
exp.
to be up to one's eyes in debt
(MODISMOS)
v.
knit one's brow
v.
to knit one's brows ; to frown
exp.
to scowl
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fruncir

  
      vt  
1      (Cos)   to gather, shirr
2      [+labios]   to purse  
fruncir el ceño o entrecejo      to frown, knit one's brow  
fruncir las cejas      to frown  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"fruncir las cejas": examples and translations in context
Ya lo ve. Basta con fruncir las cejas. You see, I can scare you just by frowning a little.
entre las cejas (por fruncir las cejas) Between the eyebrows (from frowning).
En el momento del golpe es necesario seguir que al lado nadie sea, los trozos pueden herir los circunstantes, y mГЎs es importante guardar las manos y el ojo, hasta fruncir las cejas en el momento del golpe. At the moment of blow it is necessary to watch, that nearby was nobody, splinters can wound associates, and most it is important to protect hands and eyes, even to blink at the moment of blow.
Al oírlas, Zitelman fruncirá las cejas, después enrojecerá como un tomate, a continuación empalidecerá y los demás intercambiarán miradas. Tsitelman will arch his brows, then he'll go crimson, then he'll pale, all those present will exchange glances, and that's all.
La próxima vez que alguien te platique que ahora maneja una "pantera ganadora/veloz", ya no fruncirás las cejas, ni te preguntarás que quiso decir, ya que seguramente estén hablando de su nuevo Jaguar. Next time someone is talking to you about riding his "swift panther", don't frown your eyebrows in huge wonder, they're most likely talking about their new Jaguar.
Fruncir el ceño, elevar las cejas, reír y hacer muecas son algunas de las expresiones faciales típicas que utilizamos para comunicarnos. Frowning, raising eyebrows, laugh and make faces are some of the typical facial expressions we use to communicate.
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