facepalm


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face·palm

or face-palm (fās′päm′)
n. Informal
1. The act of putting one's hand over one's face, as in embarrassment or dismay.
2. A situation or event evoking such embarrassment or dismay.

face′palm′, face′-palm′ v.
Translations
het gezicht in de handen verbergen
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