How to say 

"To make up one's face" in Russian

Russian word of the day | Jun 14, 2019 (see all)
[ na-krá-see-tsa ]
Verb , perfective
Imperfective - кра́ситься
to make up one's face
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Examples of "To make up one's face" in Russian

  • У неё ухо́дит два часа́, что́бы накра́ситься.

    u nee-yó u-hó-deet dva chee-sá, chtó-by na-krá-see-tsa

    It takes her two hours to make up.

  • Куда́ ты так си́льно накра́силась?

    ku-dá ty tak séel'-na na-krá-see-las'

    Why did you put so much makeup? (Where are you going so made up?)

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