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face in Malayalam മലയാളം

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face in Telugu తెలుగు

face in Urdu اُردُو

face in English

  • face expr. face down,
    a. to face fearlessly; meet boldly.
    Ex. Mao and his associates ... faced down the worst the Russians could do to them (Atlantic).
    b. to put down (a person) with effrontery; browbeat.
    Ex. Here's a villain that wo

  • face expr. face off,
    a. to confront in a test of strength, will, endurance, etc..
    Ex. to face off an opponent.
    b. to make a face-off in ice hockey, lacrosse, etc..
    Ex. I skated over to face off the puck to run the final two minutes o

  • face expr. face out,
    a. to put or force (a person) down or out by assuming a bold front; defeat by mere effrontery or audacity.
    Ex. ... you would face our Saviour out of the blessed sacrament (Sir Thomas More).
    b. to persist in maintaining

  • face expr. face the music. See under music.

  • face expr. face to face,
    a. with faces toward each other.
    Ex. The enemies stood face to face.
    b. in the actual presence.
    Ex. face to face with danger.

  • face expr. face up to, to meet boldly; take full cognizance of.
    Ex. Charity is not giving people things which will only encourage them to postpone facing up to the necessities under which they are going to have to live in the long run (Atlantic).

  • face expr. fall (flat) on one's face, (Informal.) to fail utterly.
    Ex. The system ... is only now embarking on its practical tests in operational use. ""It could fall flat on its face,"" a senior official [said] (London Times).

  • face expr. fly in the face of, to disobey openly; defy.
    Ex. Any decision by a judge to lock up a man as a ""public menace"" ... would fly in the face of our whole system (New York Times).

  • face expr. in (the) face of,
    a. in the presence of.
    Ex. No one wanted to surrender even in the face of invasion.
    b. in spite of.
    Ex. He insisted he was right in the face of facts that proved he was wrong.

  • face expr. in your face, in a hostile and aggressive manner.
    Ex. ""In your face"" is on all lips ... this singularly nasty way of expressing muscular, bust-skull contempt for one's fellow man (Russell Baker).

  • face expr. on the face of it, by its own evidence; obviously.
    Ex. His action, on the face of it, looks bad.

  • face expr. pull a long face, to look sad, unhappy, or disapproving.
    Ex. He pulled a long face when he was told to clean up the mess his brother had made.

  • face expr. set one's face against, to oppose and resist.
    Ex. Set your faces ... against a whole faction of vice (Bishop Joseph Hall).

  • face expr. show one's face, to appear; be seen.
    Ex. I should be ashamed to show my face in public (Samuel Richardson).

  • face expr. stare one in the face,
    a. to be very evident to one; force itself on one's notice.
    Ex. The contradiction stared them in the face.
    b. to seem very likely or certain to happen soon to one.
    Ex. Ruin and bankruptcy were starin

  • face expr. to one's face,
    a. in one's presence.
    Ex. Sharp ... read to their faces the whole service as it stood in the book (Macaulay).
    b. openly; boldly.
    Ex. Thy very children ... curse thee to thy face (William Cowper).

  • face face, noun, verb, faced,facing.

  • face noun 1. the front part of the head. Your eyes, nose, and mouth are parts of your face.
    2. a look; expression.
    Ex. His face was sad. With ... haggard face to his last field he came (Macaulay).
    3. an ugly or funny look made by twisting

  • face v.i. 1. to have the face (toward); look.
    Ex. (Figurative.) He steadfastly faced towards peace (Alexander W. Kinglake).
    2. to be situated; lie; front in a specified direction.
    Ex. Our house faces north.
    3. (Military.) to execute

  • face v.t. 1. to have the front toward; be opposite to.
    Ex. The house faces the street. The picture faces page 60 in my book.
    2. to turn the face toward.
    Ex. Jews face the east when they pray.
    3. to cause to face.
    Ex. He faced t

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