How to Say To Make Faces in Portuguese
Careta comes from the word CARA that means face and also guy, dude.
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Now, that you know the meanings of cara let’s see the word careta. Careta means grimace, you know, when we want to express pain, disgust, rage. We also have the expression “fazer careta” and it means to make faces.
And to conclude this post, a sentence that summarizes what we saw today:
Cara, pare de fazer careta! (Dude, stopping making faces!)