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to apply ice to one's temples

  • 1 to apply ice to one's temples

    to apply ice to one's/smb's temples прикладывать лёд к вискам

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary > to apply ice to one's temples

  • 2 temple


    A blue vein was throbbing in his temple. — У него на виске билась голубая жилка.

    He started going gray round the temples. — У него на висках появилась седина

    - pain in the temples
    - grey hair at the temples
    - have a feeling of pressure in one's temples
    - hold one's temples
    - apply ice to one's temples
    - smooth one's temples
    - rub one's temples
    - rub smth into one's temples
    - stroke one's temples
    - cut a temple
    - press one's hands to one's temples
    - hit one's temple against smth
    - strike smb in the temple
    - comb one'a hair over one's temples
    - put a pistol to smb's temple
    - put a bullet in one's temple
    - one's temples ache
    - one's temples pound

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary > temple

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