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face

Pronunciation: /fas/

Translation of face in English:

f

  • 3faire face to face up to things se faire face to face each other to be opposite one another faire face à to face [place] [fig], to face [adversary, challenge] to cope with [spending] to meet [demand]

phr (de face)

phr (en face)

  • il habite en face he lives opposite voir les choses en face to see things as they are l'équipe d'en face the opposing team

phr (en face de)

  • 1en face de l'église opposite the church (BrE) , across from the church
  • 2 compared with

phr (face à)

  • 1mon lit est face à la fenêtre my bed faces the window
  • 2face à cette situation in view of this situation

Idioms

se voiler la face

not to face facts

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