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  • face*/*/*/ — [feɪs] noun [C] I 1) the front part of your head, where your eyes, nose, and mouth are She wiped her face.[/ex] He had a big smile on his face.[/ex] The ball hit me in the face.[/ex] 2) a side of something the mountain s north face[/ex] the faces …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • face to face with something — ˌface to ˈface with sth idiom in a situation where you have to accept that sth is true and deal with it • She was at an early age brought face to face with the horrors of war. Main entry: ↑faceidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • face up to something — ˌface ˈup to sth derived to accept and deal with sth that is difficult or unpleasant • She had to face up to the fact that she would never walk again. • You have to face up to your responsibilities. Main entry: ↑facederived …   Useful english dictionary

  • face value — n 1.) take sth at face value to accept a situation or accept what someone says, without thinking there may be a hidden meaning ▪ You shouldn t always take his remarks at face value. 2.) [singular, U] the value or cost shown on the front of… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • face — face1 W1S1 [feıs] n ↑ear, ↑nose, ↑tooth, ↑eye ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(front of your head)¦ 2¦(expression)¦ 3 keep a straight face 4 pale faced/round faced etc 5 grim faced/serious faced etc …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • face — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 front part of the head ADJECTIVE ▪ angelic, beautiful, cute, handsome, lovely, perfect, pleasant, pretty, sweet …   Collocations dictionary

  • face — 1 /feIs/ noun (C) 1 FRONT OF YOUR HEAD the front part of the head from the chin to the forehead: She has such a pretty face. | Bob s face was covered in cuts and bruises. | a sea of faces (=a lot of faces seen together): The Principal looked down …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • face the music — verb accept the unpleasant consequences of one s actions • Syn: ↑carry the can • Hypernyms: ↑bear, ↑take over, ↑accept, ↑assume • Verb Frames: Somebody s …   Useful english dictionary

  • face value — noun (U) 1 take sth at face value to accept a situation or accept what someone says, without thinking there may be a hidden meaning: You shouldn t always take his remarks at face value. 2 (C, U) the value or cost shown on the front of something… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • ˌface ˈvalue — noun take sb/sth at face value to accept someone or something without thinking about whether they really are what they claim to be[/ex] These threats should not be taken at face value.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • ˌface ˈup to sth — phrasal verb same as face He was the only one who faced up to the situation.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English


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