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Del verbo Inglés, face:
facing es:
   Gerundio

facing  Sustantivo
  1. Traducir "facing" a Español: encaramiento, afrontamiento
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "facing": confrontation, confronting, encounter, face-off
    Definir significado de "facing": The act of confronting bravely.
  2. He hated facing the facts.
    He excelled in the face of danger.

  3. Traducir "facing" a Español: guarnición, paramento
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "facing": wall, decoration, garnishment, wall front, garniture, parament
    Definir significado de "facing": Providing something with a surface of a different material. ; A lining applied to the edge of a garment for ornamentation or strengthening. ; An ornamental coating to a building.

facing  Adjetivo
  1. Traducir "facing" a Español: opuesto
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "facing": contrary, opposite, conflicting, opposed, worlds apart, antilogous, antipodal, antipodean, contradictory, converse
    Definir significado de "facing": Two propositions are contraries if both cannot be true but both can be false. ; In an opposing direction. ; Resistant to guidance or discipline. ; Very opposed in nature or character or purpose. ; Of words or propositions so related that both cannot be true but both may be false.

facing  Preposición
  1. Traducir "facing" a Español: frente a, con fachada a, con vista a, de cara a
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "facing": before, in front of, across from, in the face of, opposite, with a view of, with a view to
  2. She has a house facing the ocean, Tiene una casa con vista al océano.

face  Verbo
Plural: faces
  1. Traducir "face" a Español: afrontar, estar contra, confrontar, enfrentarse a, enfrentarse con, estar enfrentándose a, estarse enfrentando a, hacer cara a, hacer frente a, poner el pecho a, tropezar con, acarear, hacer rostro a
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "face": confront, come face to face with, come to grips with, face up to, reckon with, cope, cope with
    Definir significado de "face": Deal with (something unpleasant) head on. ; Oppose, as in hostility or a competition.
  2. You must confront your problems.
    He faced the terrible consequences of his mistakes.
    You must confront your opponent.
    Jackson faced Smith in the boxing ring.
    The two enemies finally confronted each other.

  3. Traducir "face" a Español: mirar hacia, dar a, dar frente a, dar hacia, estar enfrente de, estar orientado a, estar orientado hacia, mirar a, tener vista hacia
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "face": face on to, give on to, back on to, face up to, look on to, look out on, look to, look toward, overlook
    Definir significado de "face": Be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point; be opposite to. ; Be opposite.
  4. That window faces north, Esa ventana da al norte.
    The house looks north.
    My backyard look onto the pond.
    The building faces the park.
    The facing page.
    The two sofas face each other.

  5. Traducir "face" a Español: encarar, desafiar, arrostrar
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "face": challenge, confront, dare, defy, look in the face, bid defiance to, face off, face up, fly in the face of
    Definir significado de "face": Deal with (something unpleasant) head on. ; Present somebody with something, usually to accuse or criticize.; Oppose, as in hostility or a competition.
  6. Ann faces her problems with courage, Ana encara sus problemas con valor.
    You must confront your problems.
    He faced the terrible consequences of his mistakes.
    We confronted him with the evidence.
    He was faced with all the evidence and could no longer deny his actions.
    An enormous dilemma faces us.
    You must confront your opponent.
    Jackson faced Smith in the boxing ring.
    The two enemies finally confronted each other.

  7. Traducir "face" a Español: encontrarse con
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "face": come up against, find
    Definir significado de "face": Turn so as to face; turn the face in a certain direction.
  8. Turn and face your partner now.

  9. Traducir "face" a Español: dar la cara a

face  Sustantivo
  1. Traducir "face" a Español: cara, faz, rostro, semblante, haz, jeta
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "face": appearance, countenance, facial appearance, mug, visage, facies, demeanor, demeanour, dial
    Definir significado de "face": The expression on a person's face. ; The front of the human head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear. ; The part of an animal corresponding to the human face.
  2. A sad expression.
    A look of triumph.
    An angry face.
    He washed his face.
    I wish I had seen the look on his face when he got the news.

    [ + ] Frases Célebres y Proverbios

  3. Traducir "face" a Español: frente, anverso
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "face": front, façade, front part, obverse
    Definir significado de "face": A vertical surface of a building or cliff.

  4. Traducir "face" a Español: mueca, gesto, mohín, morisqueta, visaje
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "face": expression, facial expression, grimace, look, pout
    Definir significado de "face": The expression on a person's face. ; A contorted facial expression.
  5. A sad expression.
    A look of triumph.
    An angry face.
    She made a grimace at the prospect.

  6. Traducir "face" a Español: costado, lado
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "face": side
    Definir significado de "face": A surface forming part of the outside of an object.
  7. He examined all sides of the crystal.
    Dew dripped from the face of the leaf.

Conjugación verbal de "face"
Gerundio:facing
Participio Pasado:faced

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Expresiones relacionadas conceptualmente con "face"
about-face
about face
adjustable axis face bow
as plain as the nose in one's face
as plain as the nose on one's face
as plain as the nose on your face
ashen-faced
ashy-faced owl
assign the face value of
at face value
baby face
baby-faced
bald-faced
bare-faced
bare-faced curassow
bare-faced ibis
be as plain as the nose on one's face
be faced
be in the face of
be red in the face
be turned face up
be two-faced
be written all over one's face
bird-face
bird face retrognathism
black-faced antcreeper
black-faced antthrush
black-faced bunting
black-faced canary
black-faced cotinga
black-faced dacnis
black-faced grassquit
black-faced graybird
black-faced grosbeak
black-faced hawk
black-faced ibis
black-faced pitta
black-faced solitaire
black-faced spoonbill
black-faced tanager
black-faced waxbill
black-faced woodswallow
bleary-eyed face
blow on the face
blue-faced booby
blue-faced honeyeater
bold-face
bold-face letter
bold-faced
bold-faced type
brandy face
bring face to face
bull-faced
cheerful face
childlike face
chubby-faced
cinnamon-faced tyrannulet
clock face
come face to face
come face to face with
come face to face with it
congested face
contort one's face
contract one's face
cosmetic surgery on the face
cover one's face
cow face
crescent-faced antpitta
cut off one's nose to spite one's face
deadpan-faced
dish face
dished face
dismal face
disseminated miliary lupus of the face
do in a two-faced manner
dog-faced baboon
doll-face
doll-like face
don't cut off your nose to spite your face
door-in-the-face effect
door-in-the-face technique
double-face hammer
double-face sculpture
double-faced
double-faced figure
dough-faced
dream face
dull-faced
dusky-faced tanager
eagle-faced
eagle-faced person
expressionless face
face to face
face-to-face
face to face
face-to-face communication
face-to-face confrontation
face-to-face group
face-to-face transaction
face to face with
fair face
fall face down
fall flat on one's face
fall on one's face
false face
figure with two faces
flabby-faced
flame-faced tanager
flat on one's face
fly in the face of
forbidding face
freckle-faced
frog face
from finish face to finish face
full-face
full-face photo
full in the face
furrow face
gaunt-faced
get out of someone's face
get red in the face
golden-faced pachycare
golden-faced tyrannulet
good fame is better than a good face
graphite friction face
gray-faced woodpecker
grim face
grim-faced
haggard-faced
hairy-faced
handkerchief tied around one's face
happy face
hard-faced
hard smack on the face
hatched-faced
hatchet face
have a poker face
have an unfriendly face
have blood rush to one's face
have the face to
have written all over one's face
having a dull face
helmet face protector
hide one's face
hippocratic face
hit in the face
hit oneself right on one's face
Holy Face
horse-faced
if you dish out disgrace it winds up in your face
in bold-face
in bold-face letter
in face of
in one's face
in the face of
inexpressive face
insurance policy face
it's as plain as the nose on your face
it's staring you in the face
Janus-faced
keep a firm face
keep a straight face
kinematic face-bow
kinematic face bow
lapped-faced vulture
lappet-faced vulture
laugh at someone's face
laugh at the face of
laugh on the other side of one's face
lean sad face
let's face it
lie face down
lie face downward
lie face downwards
lie face up
lie to one's face
lie to someone's face
line on the face
long face
long-faced
look at each other's face
look directly into someone's face
look directly on the face
look each other in the face
look in the face
look in the face at
look square in the face
look straight in the face
look straight into someone's face
lose face
loss of face
make a face
make a long face
make a wry face
make a wry face to
make an about-face
make faces
make faces at
masklike face
median cleft face syndrome
moon face
moon-faced
moon-shaped face
motor nerve of face
mountain face
mouth and face-related
naked-faced spiderhunter
new face
of the face
on both faces
on the face
on the face of it
open-face
open-faced
pale face
pale-face
pale-faced
paste on the face
pasty face
pasty-faced
peach-faced lovebird
person with an expressionless face
pink-faced nuthatch
po-faced
poker face
poker-faced
policy face
powder one's face
pucker one's face
pull a face
pull a long face
pull a wry face
pull faces
punch in the face
put a new face on
put face to face
put on a bold face
put on a face
put on a sad face
Rain-in-the-Face
red-faced
red-faced guan
red-faced honeyeater
red-faced lovebird
red-faced spinetail
red-faced warbler
red in the face
redness on the face
region of face
right-about-face
right about face
right-about-face
right about face
right in the face
rightabout-face
rock face
rose-faced parrot
round-faced
rufous-faced antpitta
rusty-faced parrot
sad face
sallow-faced
save face
scar-faced
score someone's face
screw up one's face
sculpture with two faces
sea of faces
search someone's face for
seborrhea of face
seborrhea of the face
set one's face against
shame-faced
sharp openhanded slap on the face
shiny-faced
show an expressionless face
show one's face
show one's real face
single-face
skin color of the face
slam the door in someone's face
slam the door on someone's face
slam the door on the face of
slap in the face
slap on the face
slap one in the face
smack in the face
small case for face powder
smiling face
smooth-faced
solid figure having with faces
solid figure with five faces
solid geometrical figure with five faces
sooty-faced finch
sour-faced
spit against the wind and it falls in your face
stare death in the face
stone-faced
stony-faced
straight face
straight-faced
stupid-faced
submerged-face gate
such a big face
such a face
surly face
take at face value
tawny-faced gnatwren
tawny-faced quail
that is lying down face up
three-quarter face
throw in one's face
throw in the face of
throw in the face to
tired face
to one's face
transverse artery of face
transverse artery of the face
transverse vein of face
turn face up
turn one's face
turn one's face away
turn red in the face
turn the face
twist one's face
two-faced
two-faced man
ugly-faced
unfriendly face
volte-face
wash one's face
washed-out face
wear a long face
whey-face
whey-faced
whistling face syndrome
white face capuchin
white-faced
white-faced antcatcher
white-faced bobwhite
white-faced dove
white-faced heron
white-faced ibis
white-faced nunbird
white-faced pigeon
white-faced redstart
white-faced robin
white-faced starling
with a dull face
with a smiling face
with a weary face
wooden face
woolly-faced
working face
wry face
yellow-face grassquit
yellow-faced grassquit
yellow-faced honeyeater
yellow-faced mynah
yellow-faced parrot
yellow-faced parrotlet
yellow-faced redstart
yellow-faced siskin
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