Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Smirk"

The meaning of "Smirk" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does It is easy to smirk at the president. mean?
A: The president does or says things that are difficult to not smirk at. It's easy to smirk.
Q: What does He smirks mean?
A: A smirk is a smile that is sly or sneaky. It looks like this: https://www.google.com/search?q=smirk&rlz=1C1GCEA_enUS750US750&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjm6JvXlIXVAhVs6IMKHVreArMQ_AUICigB&biw=1920&bih=950

It means he is making a face like that.
Q: What does "smirk back at him" mean?
A: "Smirk" is a facial expression that is some what like a tiny smile, it can be seen as a way of someone being slightly entertained.
Smirk in the sentence you wrote above means that a person is amused with whom ever the "him" is.
Q: What does smirk mean?
A: it's like a half smile with just one side of your mouth
Q: What does I'm smirking. mean?
A: A smirk is a smile a person has when they play a joke, are being silly, trick someone, or feel smug.

For example, you would smirk if you just told someone "gullible" was written on the ceiling and they look up.

Example sentences using "Smirk"

Q: Please show me example sentences with smirking .
A: •"Good luck with that" she said smirking.
•I looked at Alex who was smirking.
•She was listening intently and smirking.
•Alex was smirking to himself as he read the journal.
•"Who is that" I asked smirking.

Hope that helps..

Synonyms of "Smirk" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between smirks and smile ?
A: The main difference between a smile and a smirk is that a smile is when the lip curl upwards at the corner to express happiness or contentedness; whereas a smirk is a type of smile that displays smugness, conceitedness, or when one is pleased with themselves.
Q: What is the difference between smirk and smile ?
A: A smirk usually is not a genuinely polite,happy smile.
Smirk:
Q: What is the difference between smirk and smile ?
A: a smile can be more friendly. A smirk looks more like 😏
Q: What is the difference between smirk and simper ?
A: @talikecarbikew0831 同じです。

(Is the Japanese OK?)
Q: What is the difference between smirk and grin ?
A: @Cel22: a smirk can also be when they're smug about something too!

Translations of "Smirk"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? smirk
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? smirk
A: /smɜːk/

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 싸이코페스들이 피식 웃을때 '피식'이 뭔가요?? smirk??
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Other questions about "Smirk"

Q: "the smirk not leaving his face" shouldn't there be with* the smirk not leaving his face? or can it be omitted?🤔

“Yeah, sure,” Ji Han said, the smirk not leaving his face as he turned around and started walking
the opposite direction before pausing, not looking back as he spoke again.
A: I don’t completely understand what you are asking. But I think you’re asking if the word “with” needs to be added before “the smirk not leaving his face”.

Although it’s possible to add the word “with”, it’s also possible to keep the sentence as it is. The phrase “the smirk not leaving his face” functions as an *appositive phrase* here. It’s a literary feature... you probably wouldn’t hear someone speaking like this in a casual conversation.
Q: What does 'patented smirk'?
A: "to smirk" is to smile in an annoying, self-satisfied way. So "a smirk" is an annoying, self-satisfied smile. I don't know how to exactly translate it into French, so perhaps you can provide that. Here's an example of Bruce Willis smirking: https://psibrone.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/black-and-white-bruce-willis-smirk-favim-com-185469.jpg

So, a "patented smirk" is simply a smirk that a particular person employs quite often in exactly the same way each time, likely to the viewer's annoyance.
Q: Which one is correct? Why?
❶He also had a stupid smirk on his face, but damn did he look good.
❷He also had a stupid smirk on his face, but damn he did look good.
A: I would say 1 sounds more natural
Q: I hate that smirk in you face. does this sound natural?
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