Sinónimos de confront
We are learning how to confront problems.
(of a problem or task) to present itself tothe environmental crisis which confronts us all
to present (someone) with something, esp. in order to accuse or criticizeShe pushed her way through the mob and confronted him face to face.
The move was immediately challenged by the opposition.
She looked relaxed and calm as she faced the press.
Mr Taylor was bitter towards those who had opposed him.
They were about to cross the border and encounter Iraqi troops.
defy, , ,
This was the first time that I had dared to defy her.
come face to face with,
I told them that someone had accosted me in the street.
face off (slang)
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in the sense of accost
to approach, stop, and speak toI told them that someone had accosted me in the street.
in the sense of afflict
to cause someone suffering or unhappinessThere are four main problems that afflict these people.
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