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smirk

US [smɜrk]
UK [smɜː(r)k]
  • n.傻笑;假笑
  • v.傻笑;自鸣得意地笑
  • Web得意的笑;嘻嘻笑;做笑
Plural Form:smirks  Present Participle:smirking  Past Tense:smirked  
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自鸣得意地笑;傻笑to smile in a silly or unpleasant way that shows that you are pleased with yourself, know sth that other people do not know, etc.
It was hard not to smirk.
让人忍俊不禁。
He smirked unpleasantly when we told him the bad news.
我们把坏消息告诉他时,他脸上现出一丝奸笑。

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