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2 Translation results for face in Spanish

noun | verb

face noun

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cara, rostro; expresión; mueca; fisonomía, aspecto; desfachatez; prestigio; cara (de una moneda), esfera (de un reloj), fachada (de un edificio), pared (de una montaña); superficie, faz (de la tierra), cara (de la luna)

Example sentences of
face noun

  • He has a round face.
  • His face is familiar but I can't remember his name.
  • I'll never forget the look on her face.
  • He fell flat on his face.
  • I didn't recognize any of the faces around the table.
  • There are lots of new faces around the office.

face verb

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faced, has faced, is facing, faces
mirar (hacia), estar orientado (a); recubrir (una superficie), forrar (ropa); enfrentarse a, afrontar, hacer frente a; estar de cara a, estar enfrente de; dar a

Example sentences of
face verb

  • The teacher faced the class.
  • She turned around to face the window.
  • He sat facing the wall.
  • Turn and face to the east.
  • The house faces the park.
  • The living room faces the afternoon sun.
  • My shoe was lying in the corner with its sole facing upward.
  • The flower opens facing skyward.
  • Look at the illustration on the facing page.
  • Only by facing your problems can you hope to overcome them.

Synonyms of
face verb

Phrasal verbs for face

Related phrases for face

Reverse translation for face

cara  - face, look, appearance, nerve, gall 
rostro  - face, countenance 
expresión  - expression 
mueca  - grimace, face 
fisonomía  - physiognomy, features 
aspecto  - aspect, appearance, look 
desfachatez  - audacity, nerve, cheek 
prestigio  - prestige 
cara  (de una moneda) - face, look, appearance, nerve, gall 
esfera  (de un reloj) - sphere, face, dial (of a watch) 
fachada  (de un edificio) - facade 
pared  (de una montaña) - wall 
superficie  - surface, area 
faz  (de la tierra) - face, countenance, side (of coins, fabric, etc.) 
cara  (de la luna) - face, look, appearance, nerve, gall 
mirar  (hacia) - to look, to look at, to face, to overlook, to watch, to consider, to think over 
recubrir  (una superficie) - to cover, to coat 
forrar  (ropa) - to line (a garment), to cover (a book) 
afrontar  - to confront, to face up to 
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