masculine noun
1. (literary) (facial expression) 
a. countenance (literary) 
Miguel era un hombre de semblante triste y carácter sombrío.Miguel was a man of sad countenance and somber character.
b. face 
Me pidió ayuda, y no pude negársela a alguien con un semblante tan angelical.She asked for help, and I couldn't say no to somebody with such an angelic face.
La mujer hablaba por teléfono con semblante preocupado.The woman spoke on the phone with a worried look on her face.
2. (appearance) 
a. look 
Esa herida no tiene muy buen semblante.I don't like the look of that wound.
1. (general) 
a. countenance, face 
(cara) countenance (literario); face; (aspecto) look
alterar el semblante a algn to upset sb; componer el semblante to put on a serious o straight face; mudar de semblante to change colour o color; (EEUU) el caso lleva otro semblante ahora things look different now; tener buen semblante (de salud) to look well; (de humor) to be in a good mood
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