A smile may convey understanding, joy, or an appreciation of humor.
Russians never smile.
He loves her hair, her smile, her eyes? Wow, he is fucking good at telling lies!
Our smile, which is understandable in the context of Japanese culture, sometimes causes a lot of confusion and is notorious among foreign people as a mysterious smile.
I'm not angry. Look, see this smiling face? "That's what they call a forced smile!"
You could tell by the ear-to-ear grin that came to his face that he really had something to smile about.
She said good-bye with a smile, but there was a good deal of bitterness in her heart.
I guess Ichiko is a fellow rule-breaker, she's sending me a smile filled with affection for a comrade.
I have one final piece of advice related to handshakes: Remember to smile.
The first time I went to Russia I smiled at everyone and translated every please and thank you into Russian.
I believe that one should pay taxes with a smile. I tried it, but they wanted money.
Being able to smile while in great distress is not duck soup for a passionate individual.
It is often pointed out that a vague smile is typical of the Japanese.
I would swim through the ocean just to see your smile again.
You're never fully dressed, until you put up a smile.
English word "úsmev"(smile) occurs in sets:1000 most important Slovak nouns 301 - 350