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  1. face

    • IPA[feɪs]

    英式

    • n.
      the front part of a person's head from the forehead to the chin, or the corresponding part in an animal;an expression shown on the face
    • v.
      be positioned with the face or front towards (someone or something);have the face or front pointing in a specified direction
    • noun: face, plural noun: faces

    • verb: face, 3rd person present: faces, gerund or present participle: facing, past tense: faced, past participle: faced

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the front part of a person's head from the forehead to the chin, or the corresponding part in an animal:

      she was scarlet in the face and perspiring profusely

    • 2. an expression shown on the face:

      the happy faces of these children

    • 3. an aspect of something:

      the unacceptable face of social drinking

    • 4. the surface of a thing, especially one that is presented to the view or has a particular function.
    • 5. each of the surfaces of a solid:

      the faces of a cube

    • 6. a vertical or sloping side of a mountain or cliff:

      the north face of the Eiger

    • 7. the side of a planet or moon facing the observer:

      we can often see the dark face of the moon by earthshine

    • 8. the front of a building:

      a series of loggias make up the face of the church

    • 9. the plate of a clock or watch bearing the digits or hands:

      a dial like the face of a clock

    • 10. the distinctive side of a playing card:

      she scattered a deck of cards face down

    • 11. the obverse of a coin.
    • 12. a person of a particular type:

      this season's squad has a lot of old faces in it

    • 13. short for typeface
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. be positioned with the face or front towards (someone or something):

      he turned to face her

    • 2. have the face or front pointing in a specified direction:

      the house faces due east

    • 3. (of a soldier) turn in a particular direction:

      the men had faced about to the front

    • 4. confront and deal with or accept:

      honesty forced her to face facts

      he was too old to face up to the responsibilities of his position

    • 5. have (a difficult situation) in prospect:

      each defendant faced a maximum sentence of 10 years

    • 6. (of a problem or difficult situation) present itself to and require action from (someone):

      the difficulties facing British farming

    • 7. overcome someone or something by a show of determination:

      he climbed atop a tank to face down a coup

    • 8. cover the surface of (something) with a layer of a different material:

      the external basement walls were faced with granite slabs

    • adj. having a face or expression of a specified kind:

    • a pimply-faced teenager

      a burly, square-faced doorman

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    • adj. having a face or expression of a specified kind:

    • a pimply-faced teenager

      a burly, square-faced doorman

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    • n.
      a layer of material covering part of a garment and providing contrast, decoration, or strength.
    • adj.
      positioned with the front toward a certain direction; opposite:
    • two large front-facing windows

      a book with Italian and English lyrics printed on facing pages

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    • n.
      a piece of material sewn on the inside of a garment, especially at the neck and armholes, to strengthen it.
    • adj.
      positioned so as to face:
    • two facing pages

      two large front-facing windows

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    • n.
      (chiefly in military contexts) a turn made so as to face the opposite direction:
    • he did an about-face and marched out of the tent
    • v.
      turn so as to face the opposite direction:
    • suddenly he about-turned and saluted again
    • excl
      (in military contexts) a command to make an about-face.

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    • adv.
      with all the face visible; facing directly at someone or something:
    • she looked full face at the mirror
    • adj.
      showing all of the face:
    • a full-face mug shot

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    • adv.
      with all the face visible; facing directly at someone or something:
    • she looked full face at the mirror
    • adj.
      showing all of the face:
    • a full-face mugshot

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    • n. a direct confrontation between two people or groups:

    • last night's vice presidential face-off

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    • IPA[fās]

    美式

    • n.
      the front part of a person's head from the forehead to the chin, or the corresponding part in an animal.
    • v.
      be positioned with the face or front toward (someone or something):
    • he turned to face her

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