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  • stare someone in the face — phrase if something is staring you in the face, it should be obvious to you The answer was staring me in the face. Thesaurus: to be, or to become obvious or noticeablesynonym Main entry: stare * * * be glaringly apparent or obvious the answer had …   Useful english dictionary

  • stare something in the face — phrase if you are staring something unpleasant in the face, you are close to suffering it When you’ve stared death in the face, everything after that is easy. Thesaurus: to be in, or to get into a difficult situationsynonym Main entry: stare …   Useful english dictionary

  • stare in the face — stare (someone) in the face see ↑stare, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑face stare (someone) in the face (also chiefly US stare (someone) in the eye(s)) : to look directly into the eyes of (someone) …   Useful english dictionary

  • stare something in the face — stare (something) in the face to deal with something directly. We have stared hatred and prejudice in the face and seen what they can do …   New idioms dictionary

  • stare in the face — stare (something) in the face to deal with something directly. We have stared hatred and prejudice in the face and seen what they can do …   New idioms dictionary

  • stare — ► VERB 1) look fixedly at someone or something with the eyes wide open. 2) (stare out/down) look fixedly at (someone) until they feel forced to look away. ► NOUN ▪ an act of staring. ● be staring someone in the face Cf. ↑be staring some …   English terms dictionary

  • Something In My Blindspot — is the fourth solo album by The Slackers organist and lead singer, Vic Ruggiero. It has been released on February 15th, 2008 by the label moanin , based in Berlin (Germany). The basic tracks for the album have been recorded in Berlin in July 2007 …   Wikipedia

  • stare down the barrel of a gun — If someone is staring down the barrel of a gun, there s a high risk of something very bad happening …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • stare — stare1 [ ster ] verb intransitive *** to look at someone or something very directly for a long time: It s rude to stare. stare at: He lifted his head and stared at her. stare into/out of/through etc.: They sat on the balcony, staring out across… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • stare — stare1 W2S3 [steə US ster] v [: Old English; Origin: starian] 1.) to look at something or someone for a long time without moving your eyes, for example because you are surprised, angry, or bored stare at ▪ What are you staring at? stare (at sb)… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • stare — I UK [steə(r)] / US [ster] verb [intransitive] Word forms stare : present tense I/you/we/they stare he/she/it stares present participle staring past tense stared past participle stared *** a) to look at someone or something very directly for a… …   English dictionary

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