English version

bring a smile to somebody’s lips/face

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbring a smile to somebody’s lips/facebring a smile to somebody’s lips/faceto make someone smile Her words brought a sudden smile to his lips. bring
Examples from the Corpus
bring a smile to somebody’s lips/faceHe and Stapleton can associate to their hearts' content and that's something to bring a smile to his face.It brought a smile to her lips.She invented a hundred little things to make him happy, to bring a smile to his face.The thought brought a smile to his face.Their screams of horror and cries for mercy only brought a smile to my face.We thank him profusely, and manage to bring a smile to his face.Nothing was more likely to bring a smile to his face than being told he was talked about.
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