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A woman's face

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Middle English from Patrono:Xno[[Category:Patrono:Xno derivations|Face]], from Old French face (Modern French face), from Vulgar Latin *facia, from Latin facies (form, appearance), from facere "to make", "to do". Replaced native Middle English onlete "face, countenance, appearance" (from Old English andwlite, andwlita, cf Old English ansīen "face"), Middle English neb "face, nose" (from Old English nebb), Middle English ler, leor, leer "face, cheek, countenance" (from Old English hlēor), and non-native Middle English vis "face, appearance, look" (from Old French vis).

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Face

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Faces

Face (plural Faces)
  1. (anatomy) The front part of the head, featuring the eyes, nose, and mouth and the surrounding area.
    She has a pretty face.
  2. One's facial expression.
    Why the sad face?
  3. The public image; outward appearance.
    The face of this company.
    He managed to show a bold face despite his embarrassment.
  4. The frontal aspect of something.
    The face of the cliff loomed above them.
  5. The directed force of something.
    They turned to boat into the face of the storm.
  6. Good reputation; standing in the eyes of others; dignity; prestige. (See lose face, save face).
  7. Patrono:Geometry Any of the flat bounding surfaces of a polyhedron.
  8. Any surface; especially a front or outer one.
    Put a big sign on each face of the building that can be seen from the road.
    They climbed the north face of the mountain.
    She wanted to wipe him off the face of the earth.
  9. The numbered dial of a clock or watch.
  10. (slang) The mouth.
    Shut your face!
    He's always stuffing his face with chips.
  11. (slang) Makeup; one's complete facial cosmetic application.
    I'll be out in a sec, just let me put on my face.
  12. (slang, professional wrestling) The good guy; a wrestler embodying heroic or virtuous traits.
    The fans cheered on the face as he made his comeback.
  13. Patrono:Cricket The front surface of a bat.
  14. Patrono:Cards the side of the card that shows its value (as opposed to the back side, which looks the same on all cards of the deck)
  15. Patrono:Typography A typeface.

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to Face

Third person singular
faces

Simple past
faced

Past participle
faced

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facing

to Face (third-person singular simple present faces, present participle facing, simple past and past participle faced)
  1. (transitive, of a person or animal) to position oneself or itself so as to have one's face closest to (something).
    Face the sun.
  2. (transitive, of an object) to have its front closest to (something else).
    Turn the chair so it faces the table.
  3. (transitive) To deal with (a difficult situation or person).
    I'm going to have to face this sooner or later.
  4. (intransitive) To have the front in a certain direction.
    The bunkers faced north and east, toward Germany.
  5. (intransitive) Patrono:Cricket To be the striking batsman.

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  • (position oneself/itself towards):
  • (have its front closest to):
  • (deal with): confront, deal with

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Patrono:Xno-noun-f

  1. (anatomy) face

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Vulgar Latin facia, from Latin faciēs (face, shape)

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Face f. (plural Faces)

  1. face (anatomy)
  2. surface, side
  3. face (geometry)

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Face

  1. (archaic) third-person singular indicative present of fare.

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face

  1. singular present imperative Patrono:Conjugation tag act of faciō.

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Patrono:Fro-noun-f

  1. (anatomy) face
    circa 1170, Chrétien de Troyes, Érec et Énide:
    Le chief li desarme et la face.
    He exposed his head and his face.

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  • vis (more common)

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Latin facere

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  • IPA: [ˈfaʧe]

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Patrono:Ro-verb

  1. (transitive) do, make
  2. Patrono:Reflexive to be made, to be done

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