Translation of smirk in Spanish:


sonrisita, n.

Pronunciation /sməːk//smərk/


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    (de suficiencia, de complicidad, etc) sonrisita feminine
    • The absence of confident sneers, knowing smirks and sceptical raised eyebrows also makes an enormous difference.
    • This certitude explains to this bigot why he has such a self-satisfied smirk in his photo.
    • Those self-satisfied smirks and self-assured snarlings will sooner or later turn to hands begging for forgiveness.
    • She smiled with the self-assured smirk of someone who is overly aware of their talents.
    • He grinned, and one of those male, self-satisfied smirks slid onto his face.

intransitive verb

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    (con suficiencia, complicidad etc) sonreírse
    • I see that a number of the Ministers opposite me are now smiling and smirking.
    • In fact, she is 58 and proud of it, smirking at suggestions she looks a decade younger.
    • The intimidating look from Feror grew fiercer as he smirked with a devious smile.
    • Not only was he smirking and scowling, he was bobbing his head and waving his arms.
    • As the verdicts were read by the jury foreman some of the defendants smiled, smirked and even giggled.