ظلم, عتم, اكفهر, غمض, حزن, عبس, عبس بوجهه, أصبح قاتما, اكتأب
Verb(1) become dark or darker(2) tarnish or stain(3) make dark or darker
(1) darken the eyebrows with black powder(2) His brilliant blue eyes would darken and the expression on his face became intense just before he would kiss her.(3) As soon as she stepped into the room Kim felt her mood darken , it was her mum, Kay.(4) Through his words, I could feel his mood darken .(5) An infusion of sage or rosemary is also used in hair care as it can add shine to dark hair and, when mixed with black tea, can darken dark hair.(6) He regularly visited her grave and the mention of her name always caused a flicker of intense sadness to darken his eyes.(7) The professor's eyes went to the rest of the class, and the atmosphere seemed to darken slightly.(8) The Rovers did not miss Peter's signal, and their mood seemed to darken .(9) His sadness was gradually melting into anger; I could see his eyes darkening .(10) His eyes darkened in anger as he was shouting at me.(11) His mood darkened , though, when Dougal levelled the teams again 11 minutes later by inexplicably waving a red at McIntyre.(12) But her face was pale and ashen, and her eyes darkened with worries.(13) The color darkens his eyes just slightly without causing him to look any paler.(14) Andy nodded, the concerned expression still darkening her blue eyes.(15) The mood at St James' Park darkened as Newcastle sunk to a 1-defeat to Tottenham.(16) The boy's eyes darkened with anger, ├ö├ç├┐That's my job├ö├ç├û he said and snatched the coins she had in her hands.
(1) in the dark :: في الظلام
(2) dark brown :: بني غامق
(3) dark blue :: أزرق غامق
(4) dark side :: الجانب المظلم
(5) the dark :: الظلام
(6) dark night :: ليلة مظلمة
(7) dark skin :: البشرة الداكنة
(8) get dark :: يظلم
(9) very dark :: مظلم جدا
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