Translation of moustache in Spanish:

moustache

noun

British

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    • She has a pencil-thin moustache on her upper lip.
    • I, for one, would never consider voting for anyone who couldn't grow a moustache, at the very least.
    • He can make out the attempts at a mustache on his upper lip, but his hair is too fine and matches his pink skin too well to show.
    • Then they accuse me of not being able to grow a real moustache.
    • He's described as 5'11 in height and of medium build with tightly cropped hair and a ginger moustache.
    • Just because a pimply-faced 15-year-old tries to grow a moustache so he can buy cigarettes, nobody's fooled.
    • She said: ‘He looked like a robust muscular man with white hair and a moustache.’
    • He looked about 60, had really long grey hair and a long moustache, and thin, long, really white legs, proper old man's legs.
    • She told police at the time that he had long hair and a moustache and was travelling alone in a white pick-up truck, with only his dog.
    • Since he grew a long moustache for a role in the West End, people have stopped calling him Nigel in the street.
    • He is of a medium build and has short grey receding hair and a moustache.
    • The dads in the 1900 and 1940s houses had a whale of a time, being required to do little more than grow a moustache, read old newspapers and lift their feet for their wretched wives to sweep under.
    • I was in Germany for over a month, long enough to learn to appreciate the white beer, not long enough to grow a moustache.
    • I saw Seymour today & he is having a struggle to grow a moustache.
    • One month I actually grew a moustache, just so I could say that I'd done something.
    • He was swarthy and well-built, with dark hair and a moustache.
    • The man police want to question is described as being in his forties, 5ft 10 in tall, medium build, with olive skin and short black hair and a thick moustache.
    • One had a black moustache and had his hair tied up.
    • The soldier is played by Basim Hamed, a willowy, 31-year-old sculptor who shaved his shoulder-length hair and grew a mustache for the part.
    • An old man wearing glasses that drooped down to his nose with grey hair and a thin grey mustache above his upper lip stood before us with a grin.