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confront
British English: /kənˈfrʌnt/
American English: /kənˈfrənt/

Translation of confront in Italian:

transitive verb

  • 1 (face)
    (danger, enemy)
    to confront the truth to be confronted by something
    dover affrontare qualcosa
    a new problem confronted us
    ci trovavamo di fronte a un nuovo problema
    to be confronted by the police
    trovarsi di fronte alla polizia
    the cases that confront lawyers
    i casi che gli avvocati devono affrontare
    the task which confronted us
    il compito che ci troviamo ad affrontare
  • 2 (bring together) See examples:to confront somebody with something, somebody
    mettere qualcuno di fronte a o a confronto con qualcosa, qualcuno

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