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    Hi.
    I was watching a movie and there was a sentence: "I had a grin".
    Can anybody tell me what it means?
    I put on web 15 second fragment of it if somebody want to look over.
    WRZUTA - grin
    Actually I know that grin is some kind of smile but she cries.
    So what' s the point of it?

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    I'm afraid that I can't make out what she says at all - and I'm a native speaker.
    Please do not edit your question after it has received a response. Such editing can make the response hard for others to understand.


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    I can't make it out either. What programme is it from?
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    Default Re: to have a grin

    British movie "Awaydays".
    Awaydays (2009) - IMDb

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