Translation for 'to smile' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to smile | smiled | smiled
smiling | smiles
SYNO grin | grinning | smile | ...
to smileда усмихна се [св.]
to smileусмихвам се [несв.]
smile {noun}усмивка {ж}
to smile wideусмихвам се широко
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Usage Examples English
  • His NBC radio show "Time to Smile" was broadcast from 1940 to 1946, followed by his "Pabst Blue Ribbon Show" from 1946 through 1949.
  • Another children's story which Tashlin wrote in 1949 was recorded by Spike Jones: "How the Circus Learned to Smile".
  • On the night of 25 September, luck again failed to smile on her as a single torpedo streaked beneath a large, high-speed target in the Sulu Sea.
  • One: Learning How to Smile".
  • However, delays in the mixing process of "Learning How to Smile" had pushed its initial April release to July, limiting the amount of recording time for the follow-up in order to meet Capitol's demands of an end-of-the-year release.

  • He stares at a poster for a wartime romance film and turns to smile at her.
  • Nancy Banks-Smith, writing in "The Guardian", wrote that the series was "such a slow-burning comedy that you only start to smile during the next programme."
  • When reading Lincoln Center's photocopy of the Broadway rehearsal script to "Smile", many of the licensed lyrics are printed but scratched out and replaced with what was sung at the Lunt-Fontanne, handwritten.
  • Flanigan appears in Brooks Institute photographer John A. Russo's upcoming book "About Face". Part of the proceeds are to be donated to Smile Train.
  • ... – was seen to smile upon hearing it).

  • Among his first jobs was to promote a woman called "Sober Sue" who was said never to smile.
  • It was the first time a track with thematic links to "Smile" was used to close a later Beach Boys album, the others being "20/20" (1969) and "Surf's Up" (1971).
  • Despite the orders he has received from Herod, Narraboth finally gives in after she promises to smile at him.
  • He used to smile a lot and also wore a friendly face.
  • Participants were surreptitiously induced to smile through holding a pencil in their mouth while viewing photographs of unfamiliar black or white males or performed no somatic configuration while viewing the photographs (Study 1 only).

  • Due to weakness of the muscles of facial expression and muscles of mastication, facial weakness may manifest as the inability to hold the mouth closed (the "hanging jaw sign") and as a snarling expression when attempting to smile.
  • He was declared cancer free afterwards, and also regained his ability to smile.
  • he said that he enjoyed Darren's performance, which caused him to smile every time Darren spoke.
  • As Wadd wrote in a letter to "Melody Maker", "your treatment of women reinforces the status quo of a woman’s role being largely decorative – an object, a stage-prop to be placed at the front of photos … a puppet to smile and dance while the boys at the back (the 'brains') pull the strings.
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