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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The surface of the front of the head from the top of the forehead to the base of the chin and from ear to ear.
- noun: A person: We saw many new faces on the first day of classes.
- noun: A person's countenance: a happy face.
- noun: A contorted facial expression; a grimace: made a face at the prospect of eating lemons.
- noun: Facial cosmetics: put one's face on.
- noun: Outward appearance: the modern face of the city.
- noun: Value or standing in the eyes of others; prestige: lose face.
- noun: Self-assurance; confidence: The team managed to maintain a firm face even in times of great adversity.
- noun: Effrontery; impudence: had the face to question my judgment.
- noun: The most significant or prominent surface of an object, especially:
- noun: The surface presented to view; the front.
- noun: A façade.
- noun: Outer surface: the face of the earth.
- noun: A marked side: the face of a clock; the face of a playing card.
- noun: The right side, as of fabric.
- noun: An exposed, often precipitous surface of rock.
- noun: A planar surface of a geometric solid.
- noun: Any of the surfaces of a rock or crystal.
- noun: The end, as of a mine or tunnel, at which work is advancing.
- noun: The appearance and geologic surface features of an area of land; topography.
- noun: Printing A typeface or range of typefaces.
- noun: Printing The raised printing surface of a piece of type.
- verb-transitive: To occupy a position with the face toward: stood and faced the audience.
- verb-transitive: To front on: a window that faces the south.
- verb-transitive: To confront with complete awareness: had to face the facts.
- verb-transitive: To overcome by confronting boldly or bravely: "What this generation must do is face its problems” ( John F. Kennedy).
- verb-transitive: To confront with impudence. See Synonyms at
- verb-transitive: To be certain to encounter; have in store: An unskilled youth faces a difficult life.
- verb-transitive: To bring or to be brought face to face with: "The prospect of military conflict . . . faced us with nightmarish choices” ( Henry A. Kissinger).
- verb-transitive: To cause (troops) to change direction by giving a command.
- verb-transitive: Games To turn (a playing card) so that the face is up.
- verb-transitive: To furnish with a surface or cover of a different material: bronze that is faced with gold foil.
- verb-transitive: To line or trim the edge of, especially with contrasting material: face a hem with lace.
- verb-transitive: To treat the surface of so as to smooth.
- verb-intransitive: To be turned or placed with the front toward a specified direction.
- verb-intransitive: To turn the face in a specified direction.
- phrasal-verb: face down To attain mastery over or overcome by confronting in a resolute, determined manner: face down an opponent in a debate; faced the enemy down.
- phrasal-verb: face off Sports To start play in ice hockey, lacrosse, and other games by releasing the puck or ball between two opposing players.
- phrasal-verb: face up To confront an unpleasant situation with resolution and assurance: had to face up or get out; finally faced up to the problem.
- idiom: face the music To accept the unpleasant consequences, especially of one's own actions.
- idiom: in the face In opposition to or defiance of.
- idiom: on the face of it From appearances alone; apparently: On the face of it, the problem seems minor.
- idiom: show (one's) face To make an appearance: Don't show your face on my property again.
- idiom: to (one's) face In the view or hearing of: insulted me to my face.
- to have the faceišdrįsti
- face to face akis į akį
- half face veidas iš profilio
- in the face ofa) kieno akivaizdoje
- nepaisant (ko)
- veido išraiška
- a sad face liūdna iš
- to one's face atvirai
- į akis
- full face veidu į priekį