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grin

 (grĭn)
v. grinned, grin·ning, grins
v.intr.
To smile broadly, often baring the teeth, as in amusement, glee, embarrassment, or other strong emotion.
v.tr.
To express with a grin: I grinned my approval.
n.
1. The act of grinning.
2. The facial expression produced by grinning.

[Middle English grennen, to grimace, from Old English grennian.]

grin′ner n.
grin′ning·ly adv.

grin

(ɡrɪn)
vb, grins, grinning or grinned
1. to smile with the lips drawn back revealing the teeth or express (something) by such a smile: to grin a welcome.
2. (intr) to draw back the lips revealing the teeth, as in a snarl or grimace
3. grin and bear it informal to suffer trouble or hardship without complaint
n
4. a broad smile
5. a snarl or grimace
[Old English grennian; related to Old High German grennen to snarl, Old Norse grenja to howl; see grunt]
ˈgrinner n
ˈgrinning adj, n

grin

(grɪn)

v. grinned, grin•ning,
n. v.i.
1. to smile broadly, esp. as an indication of pleasure, amusement, or the like.
2. to draw back the lips so as to show the teeth, as a snarling dog or a person in pain.
v.t.
3. to express by grinning.
n.
4. a broad smile.
5. the act of producing a broad smile.
6. the act of withdrawing the lips and showing the teeth, as in anger or pain.
[before 1000; Old English grennian; c. Old High German grennan to mutter]
grin′ner, n.
grin′ning•ly, adv.

grin


Past participle: grinned
Gerund: grinning

Imperative
grin
grin
Present
I grin
you grin
he/she/it grins
we grin
you grin
they grin
Preterite
I grinned
you grinned
he/she/it grinned
we grinned
you grinned
they grinned
Present Continuous
I am grinning
you are grinning
he/she/it is grinning
we are grinning
you are grinning
they are grinning
Present Perfect
I have grinned
you have grinned
he/she/it has grinned
we have grinned
you have grinned
they have grinned
Past Continuous
I was grinning
you were grinning
he/she/it was grinning
we were grinning
you were grinning
they were grinning
Past Perfect
I had grinned
you had grinned
he/she/it had grinned
we had grinned
you had grinned
they had grinned
Future
I will grin
you will grin
he/she/it will grin
we will grin
you will grin
they will grin
Future Perfect
I will have grinned
you will have grinned
he/she/it will have grinned
we will have grinned
you will have grinned
they will have grinned
Future Continuous
I will be grinning
you will be grinning
he/she/it will be grinning
we will be grinning
you will be grinning
they will be grinning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been grinning
you have been grinning
he/she/it has been grinning
we have been grinning
you have been grinning
they have been grinning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been grinning
you will have been grinning
he/she/it will have been grinning
we will have been grinning
you will have been grinning
they will have been grinning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been grinning
you had been grinning
he/she/it had been grinning
we had been grinning
you had been grinning
they had been grinning
Conditional
I would grin
you would grin
he/she/it would grin
we would grin
you would grin
they would grin
Past Conditional
I would have grinned
you would have grinned
he/she/it would have grinned
we would have grinned
you would have grinned
they would have grinned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grin - a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouthgrin - a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth; usually shows pleasure or amusement
facial expression, facial gesture - a gesture executed with the facial muscles
simper - a silly self-conscious smile
smirk - a smile expressing smugness or scorn instead of pleasure
Verb1.grin - to draw back the lips and reveal the teeth, in a smile, grimace, or snarl
smile - change one's facial expression by spreading the lips, often to signal pleasure

grin

verb smile, beam He grinned, delighted at the memory.
noun smile, beam She had a big grin on her face.

grin

verb
To curve the lips upward in expressing amusement, pleasure, or happiness:
Idioms: break into a smile, crack a smile.
noun
A facial expression marked by an upward curving of the lips:
Translations
إبْتِسامَه عَريضَهابْتِسامَة عَريضَةيَبْتَسِم إبْتِسامَه عَريضَهيَبْتَسِم ابْتِسامَة عَريضَة
zubit seširoký úsměvškleb
gringrine
virnistäävirnistys
osmijehsmiješiti se
vigyorgásvigyorog
breitt brosbrosaglott
にこにこ笑い歯を見せてにっこり笑う
싱긋 웃다싱긋 웃음
išsišiepimasišsišieptiplati šypsenašypsotis sukandus dantis
plati smaidītplats smaids
široký úsmev
režanjerežati se
flinflina
การยิ้มอย่างเปิดเผยยิ้มยิงฟัน
cười toe toétmiệng cười toe toét

grin

[grɪn]
A. N (= smile) → sonrisa f; (sardonic) → sonrisa f burlona; (= grimace) → mueca f
B. VIsonreír abiertamente (at a) to grin and bear itponer al mal tiempo buena cara

grin

[ˈgrɪn]
nlarge sourire m
a big grin → un grand sourire
visourire
to grin at sb → sourire à qn
Dave grinned at me → Dave m'a souri.
to grin and bear it → faire contre mauvaise fortune bon cœur

grin

n (showing pleasure) → Lächeln nt, → Strahlen nt; (showing scorn, stupidity, impudence) → Grinsen nt; to give a huge grin (with pleasure) → über das ganze Gesicht strahlen; (in scorn etc) → breit grinsen; to give a wry grinironisch lächeln
vi (with pleasure) → lächeln, strahlen; (in scorn, stupidly, cheekily) → grinsen; to grin and bear itgute Miene zum bösen Spiel machen; (= tolerate pain)die Zähne zusammenbeißen; to grin at somebodyjdn anlächeln/angrinsen; to grin from ear to earüber das ganze Gesicht strahlen; to grin like a Cheshire catwie ein Honigkuchenpferd grinsen

grin

[grɪn]
1. n (smile) → sorriso smagliante; (cheeky) → sorrisetto
2. vi to grin (at)fare un gran sorriso (a)
to grin and bear it → stringere i denti e andare avanti

grin

(grin) past tense, past participle grinned verb
to smile broadly. The children grinned happily for the photographer.
noun
a broad smile.
grin and bear it
to put up with something unpleasant without complaining. He doesn't like his present job but he'll just have to grin and bear it till he finds another.

grin

ابْتِسامَة عَريضَة, يَبْتَسِم ابْتِسامَة عَريضَة škleb, zubit se grin, grine grinsen πλατύ χαμόγελο, χαμογελώ ειρωνικά amplia sonrisa, sonreír, sonrisa burlona virnistää, virnistys sourire osmijeh, smiješiti se ghigno, sorridere にこにこ笑い, 歯を見せてにっこり笑う 싱긋 웃다, 싱긋 웃음 grijns, grijnzen flire, glis grymas, uśmiechnąć się szeroko sorrir arreganhando, sorriso largo, sorriso rasgado усмешка, ухмыляться flin, flina การยิ้มอย่างเปิดเผย, ยิ้มยิงฟัน sırıtış, sırıtmak cười toe toét, miệng cười toe toét 露齿笑, 露齿而笑