face

I
n.
grimace

1) to make, pull (BE) a face (at)

prestige

2) to save face

3) to lose face

front part of the head

4) to press one's face (against a window)

5) (fig.) to show one's face (he didn't dare show his face)

6) to powder one's face

7) a beautiful, handsome, pretty; familiar; oval; round; ruddy; strange; ugly face

8) (misc.) to come/meet face to face; to bring face to face; to look smb. in the face; I would never say that to her face; to laugh in smb.'s face; face down

expression

9) an angry; funny; happy; poker, straight; sad; serious face (to keep a straight face)

makeup

(colloq.)

10) to put one's face on

misc.

11) in the face of serious difficulties ('facing serious difficulties'); on the face of it ('judging by appearances'); to disappear from the face of the earth; to fly in the face of smt. ('to defy smt. energetically')

II
v.

1) to face squarely

2) (d; tr.) to face with (to face smb. with irrefutable evidence)

3) (G) I could not face going there alone

4) (P; intr.) to face east

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[feɪs]
handsome
oval
ruddy
to bring face to face
to disappear from the face of the earth
to laugh in smb. 's face
to look smb. in the face
ugly face
face down
on the face of it ('judging by appearances')
to fly in the face of smt. ('to defy smt. energetically')
pull (BE) a face (at)
serious face (to keep a straight face)
(G) I could not face going there alone
(P; intr.) to face east
(misc.) to come/meet face to face
['expression'] an angry
['grimace'] to make
['makeup'] (colloq.) to put one's face on
['prestige'] to save face
a beautiful
to lose face
to powder one's face
to face squarely
would never say that to her face
['misc.'] in the face of serious difficulties ('facing serious difficulties')
['front part of the head'] to press one's face (against a window)
['front part of the head'] to press one's face (against a window)
(fig.) to show one's face (he didn't dare show his face)
(d;tr.) to face with (to face smb. with irrefutable evidence)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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