Carlos actuaba como si los chistes a su costa no le molestaran, pero el sonrojo en su cara lo delataba.Carlos pretended like the jokes at his expense didn't bother him, but the blush on his face betrayed him.
El sonrojo súbito en mi rostro se debía a los grandes halagos de la profesora por mi trabajo.The sudden blush on my face was due to the teacher showering me with praise for my work.
2. (bad language)
Los sonrojos lanzados por el capitán durante el partido le causaron la expulsión.The offensive language used by the captain during the match led to his sending-off.
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