1. [thay’-hah], f. (Geography) (m & f)
2. Eye-brow. (m & f)
3. Edging of clothes; projecting part, as in the binding of books. (m & f)
4. In stringed instruments, bridge on which the cords rest. (m & f)
5. Summit of a mountain. (m & f)
6. Circle of clouds round a hill; cloud-cap. (m & f)
7. Weather-moulding, rim. (Architecture) (m & f)
8. An opening in a cloudy horizon; dar entre ceja y ceja, (Met.) To tell one to his face unpleasant truths. (Nautical) (m & f)
- Tomar a uno entre cejasto take a dislike to anyone
- Quemarse las cejas(Met.) to study with intense application
- Fruncir las cejasto knit one’s brows
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