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outface
American English: /ˌaʊtˈfeɪs/
British English: /aʊtˈfeɪs/

Translation of outface in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • hacerle frente a
    Example sentences
    • The following year he outfaced Khrushchev in the Cuban missile crisis.
    • Truth can outlast myth but cannot always outface it.
    • Getting themselves sorted with a costly state-of-the-art headquarters was never going to outface this gang.

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