Skip to main content

Difference between Frown at something and Frown on something

frown at somethingdraw the eyebrows together to express displeasure, etc. when looking at smth.:

  • Then he took one final glance over my application and frowned at my birth date.

frown on somethingshow or express disapproval of smth.:

  • The older generation have always frowned on some of the ideas of the young.