Translation of pout in Spanish:


hacer un mohín, v.

Pronunciation /paʊt//paʊt/

intransitive verb

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    hacer un mohín
    • So he sits in Parliament and pouts, says nothing of substance, and does nothing for those who voted for him.
    • It's like the inner child in me goes and pouts in the corner and won't listen to reason.
    • I introduce myself to the lady now seated on the other side of my computer, who plonks herself down on the table next to me and pouts.
    • He stepped out of the shadows and pushed back the hood, pouting a bit.
    • He pouted playfully and walked out the back door towards the back lawn of the manor.
    • Girls pouted their lips and smiled into their mirrors as guys continued to push each other playfully.
    • Noel pouts and the serious atmosphere is broken by her childish expression.
    • As the topic changed to our Latin papers, I started pouting again.
    • Joe, not quite understanding the message, pouts.
    • I crossed my arms across my chest and pouted like a little kid.
    • He pouted slightly, making him even look more childish and even more adorable.
    • When he was in the fountain he started crying and pouting like a little baby.
    • She stuck her tongue at me and pouted sulkily.
    • It's a sad day when a politician loses his mind and pouts and cries like a spoiled little eight year old brat because he didn't get it the way he wanted.
    • I wanted to sulk and pout like a little kid.
    • She crossed her arms and stuck her tongue out at him, pouting again.
    • "Not until you come and say you're sorry " he pouted playfully.
    • The teenage girl pouted her lips like a little child.
    • The younger girl pouted into the mirror, testing the effect of the makeup.
    • "I miss you, " he mouthed and he jokingly pouted at me.

transitive verb

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    I don't care, she pouted —no me importa —dijo haciendo un mohín


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    mohín masculine
    • The postbags under his eyes have lost a few bulging packages, and his naturally sulky pout seems, if not upturned into an actual smile, at least faintly curved.
    • Her pout turned into a grimace, when the peroxide started to bubble.
    • They sport sulky plump pouts, heavy make-up, plucked eyebrows and slinky hips.
    • Also, the coolness factor is high, so few patrons are willing to break their surface pouts.
    • ‘Yes, I do,’ she retorted, unaware of how cute (at least to Adam) she looked with that sulky pout.
    • She was wearing an indignant expression, hands on her hips, and a slight pout on her full lips.
    • Once she let him go, her expression faded into a pout.
    • ‘Oh, come now,’ she replied, putting on an expression that was something like a mock pout.
    • He whines pitifully, a pout forming his expression.
    • I read it again, but instead of seeing a heavily made up moll with a dark bob and beaded dress with a pout, I envisioned a sleazy, straight, middle-aged white man.
    • It was accompanied by a photograph of him walking across the pitch with a serious expression and a pout that made him look like Donald Duck.
    • Then he purses his lips in a little pout but says nothing, gets a veiled look in his eye, and who knows what he's thinking anymore.
    • Michael could feel the mental pout from his counterpart.
    • They should state clearly and concisely, without a sneery pout, that it's just another contractual obligation, among many, that must be fulfilled.
    • The sentence lasted a period of a few hours when pouts gave way to giggles; of course the stuffed animal may have played a part as well in her softening demeanor.
    • It's pretty hard to keep up a good pout when you're mooning over a feline.
    • She was trying for a sultry pout, and achieving an expression of sullen vexation instead.
    • But lady, a messy ponytail and a squinty pout do not equal good acting.
    • He, and some other classmates, were imitating the way our form teacher pouts.
    • I was still a bad kid with an attitude and a pout that Mom always threatened to make into a bookshelf.