face是什么意思 face在线翻译 face什么意思 face的意思 face的翻译 face的解释 face的发音 face的同义词 face的反义词 face的例句 face的相关词凤凰联盟登录
名词凤凰联盟登录脸; 表面; 面容; 方面
及物/不及物动词凤凰联盟登录面对; 面向…; 正视; 承认
及物动词（感到不能）对付; （明知不凤凰联盟登录办而）交谈; 必须对付（某情况）; 面临…
1. My house faces the park.
2. The front of the house was faced with concrete.
1. He succeeded in the face of great difficulties.
1. Their house faces east.
1. His face was sad.
2. The miners worked at the face eight hours a day.
A：I'm a photographer. I've been looking for a face like yours.
B：I'm a plastic surgeon. I've been looking for a face like yours.
A：Good afternoon, sir. Please sit here.
B：A haircut and a shave, please.
A：How would you like your hair cut, sir?
B：Short on both sides. Not so much off at the back.
A：Very well, sir. Do you want me to trim your beard?
A：Now have a look, please. Is it all right?
B：Well, I would like my hair cut shorter on the temples.
A：Is that satisfactory?
A：Do you want conditioner?
B：No, thanks, but I'd like a face massage.
B：Now where should I pay the money?
A：You should go to the counter, just over there.
2. face：free-air co_2 enrichment; 开放式凤凰联盟登录气co2浓度增高
3. face：field alterable control element; 域可变控制部件
4. face：free-air carbon dioxide enrichment; co2浓度升高
5. face：fluorophore-assisted carbohydrate electrophoresis; 荧光辅助糖电泳
Your face is the front part of your head from your chin to the top of your forehead, where your mouth, eyes, nose, and other features are.
e.g. He rolled down his window and stuck his face out...
e.g. A strong wind was blowing right in my face...
If your face is happy, sad, or serious, for example, the expression on your face shows that you are happy, sad, or serious.
e.g. He was walking around with a sad face...
e.g. The priest frowned into the light, his face puzzled.
The face of a cliff, mountain, or building is a vertical surface or side of it.
e.g. ...the north face of the Eiger...
e.g. He scrambled 200 feet up the cliff face.
The face of a clock or watch is the surface with the numbers or hands on it, which shows the time.
If you say that the face of an area, institution, or field of activity is changing, you mean its appearance or nature is changing.
e.g. ...the changing face of the British countryside...
e.g. This would change the face of Malaysian politics.
If you refer to something as the particular face of an activity, belief, or system, you mean that it is one particular aspect of it, in contrast to other aspects.
e.g. Brothels, she insists, are the acceptable face of prostitution...
e.g. Who ever thought people would see Arsenal as the acceptable face of football?
If you lose face, you do something which makes you appear weak and makes people respect or admire you less. If you do something in order to save face凤凰联盟登录, you do it in order to avoid appearing weak and losing people's respect or admiration.
e.g. England doesn't want a war but it doesn't want to lose face...
e.g. To cancel the airport would mean a loss of face for the present governor...
凤凰联盟登录8. see also: about-face;face value;poker face
If something that you have planned blows up in your face凤凰联盟登录, it goes wrong unexpectedly, with the result that you suffer.
e.g. Can't you see this could blow up in your face?
If you say that someone can do something until they are blue in the face凤凰联盟登录, you are emphasizing that however much they do it, it will not make any difference.
e.g. You can criticise him until you're blue in the face, but you'll never change his personality.
If someone or something is face down, their face or front points downwards. If they are face up凤凰联盟登录, their face or front points upwards.
e.g. All the time Stephen was lying face down and unconscious in the bath tub...
e.g. Charles laid down his cards face up.
You can use the expression 'on the face of the earth凤凰联盟登录' to mean 'in the whole world', when you are emphasizing a statement that you are making or making a very exaggerated statement.
e.g. No human being on the face of the earth could do anything worse than what he did.
If you say that something will be wiped off the face of the earth or disappear from the face of the earth, you mean that it will stop existing.
e.g. If a nuclear war breaks out, every living thing will be wiped off the face of the Earth.
If you come face to face凤凰联盟登录 with someone, you meet them and can talk to them or look at them directly.
e.g. We were strolling into the town when we came face to face with Jacques DuBois...
e.g. It was the first face-to-face meeting between the two men.
If you come face to face with a difficulty or reality, you cannot avoid it and have to deal with it.
e.g. Eventually, he came face to face with discrimination again...
e.g. I was gradually being brought face to face with the fact that I had very little success.
If an action or belief flies in the face of accepted ideas or rules, it seems to completely oppose or contradict them.
e.g. ...scientific principles that seem to fly in the face of common sense...
e.g. He said that the decision flew in the face of natural justice.
If you take a particular action or attitude in the face of a problem or difficulty, you respond to that problem or difficulty in that way.
e.g. The Prime Minister has called for national unity in the face of the violent anti-government protests...
e.g. Roosevelt was defiant in the face of the bad news.
If someone laughs in your face, they are openly disrespectful towards you.
e.g. With juveniles under eighteen, there's little we can do. We can't keep them in custody. They just laugh in your face.
If you have a long face, you look very unhappy or serious.
e.g. He came to me with a very long face.
20. 做鬼脸,扮鬼脸（英国英语凤凰联盟登录亦使用pull a face）
If you make a face, you show a feeling such as dislike or disgust by putting an exaggerated expression on your face, for example by sticking out your tongue. In British English, you can also say pull a face .
e.g. Opening the door, she made a face at the musty smell...
e.g. Kathryn pulled a face at Thomas behind his back.
You say on the face of it when you are describing how something seems when it is first considered, in order to suggest that people's opinion may change when they know or think more about the subject.
e.g. On the face of it that seems to make sense. But the figures don't add up...
e.g. It is, on the face of it, difficult to see how the West could radically change its position.
22. （对坏情况）显得满不在乎，做出无所谓的样子(美国英语凤凰联盟登录亦作 put on a good face)
If you put a brave face on a bad situation or put on a brave face, you try not to show how disappointed or upset you are about the situation. In American English you can also say put on a good face.
e.g. Friends will see you are putting on a brave face and might assume you've got over your grief...
e.g. Scientists are putting a good face on the troubles.
You can say that someone has set their face against something to indicate that they are opposed to it, especially when you want to suggest that they are wrong.
e.g. This Government has set its face against putting up income tax.
If you show your face somewhere, you go there and see people, although you are not welcome, are rather unwilling to go, or have not been there for some time.
e.g. If she shows her face again back in Massachusetts she'll find a warrant for her arrest waiting...
e.g. I felt I ought to show my face at her father's funeral.
If you manage to keep a straight face, you manage to look serious, although you want to laugh.
e.g. What went through Tom's mind I can't imagine, but he did manage to keep a straight face...
e.g. You have to wonder how anyone could say that seriously and with a straight face.
If you say something to someone's face you say it openly in their presence.
e.g. Her opponent called her a liar to her face.
If a feeling is written all over your face or is written across your face凤凰联盟登录, it is very obvious to other people from your expression.
e.g. Relief and gratitude were written all over his face...
e.g. I could just see the pain written across her face.
动词和短语动词用法凤凰联盟登录（VERB AND PHRASAL VERB USES）
If someone or something faces a particular thing, person, or direction, they are positioned opposite them or are looking in that direction.
e.g. They stood facing each other...
e.g. The garden faces south.
If you face凤凰联盟登录 someone or something, you turn so that you are looking at them.
e.g. She stood up from the table and faced him...
e.g. Stand up. Face the wall.
If you have to face凤凰联盟登录 a person or group, you have to stand or sit in front of them and talk to them, although it may be difficult and unpleasant.
e.g. Christie looked relaxed and calm as he faced the press...
e.g. He was hauled in to face the judge.
If you face or are faced with something difficult or unpleasant, or if it faces you, it is going to affect you and you have to deal with it.
e.g. Williams faces life in prison if convicted of attempted murder...
e.g. The immense difficulties facing European businessmen in Russia were only too evident...
If you face the truth or face the facts, you accept that something is true. If you face凤凰联盟登录 someone with the truth or with the facts, you try to make them accept that something is true.
e.g. Although your heart is breaking, you must face the truth that a relationship has ended...
e.g. He accused the Government of refusing to face facts about the economy...
If you cannot face凤凰联盟登录 something, you do not feel able to do it because it seems so difficult or unpleasant.
e.g. I couldn't face the prospect of spending a Saturday night there, so I decided to press on...
e.g. My children want me with them for Christmas Day, but I can't face it...
You use the expression 'let's face it凤凰联盟登录' when you are stating a fact or making a comment about something which you think the person you are talking to may find unpleasant or be unwilling to admit.
e.g. She was always attracted to younger men. But, let's face it, who is not?
8. face the music -> see music
1. a vertical surface of a building or cliff
2. the side upon which the use of a thing depends (usually the most prominent surface of an object)
e.g. he dealt the cards face down
3. the striking or working surface of an implement
4. the general outward appearance of something
e.g. the face凤凰联盟登录 of the city is changing
5. the feelings expressed on a person's face
e.g. a sad expression
a look of triumph
an angry face
6. impudent aggressiveness
e.g. I couldn't believe her boldness
he had the effrontery to question my honesty
7. status in the eyes of others
e.g. he lost face
8. the front of the human head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear
e.g. he washed his face
I wish I had seen the look on his face凤凰联盟登录 when he got the news
Synonym: human face
9. the part of an animal corresponding to the human face
10. a specific size and style of type within a type family
11. a contorted facial expression
e.g. she made a grimace at the prospect
12. a surface forming part of the outside of an object
e.g. he examined all sides of the crystal
dew dripped from the face of the leaf
13. a part of a person that is used to refer to a person
e.g. he looked out at a roomful of faces
凤凰联盟登录 when he returned to work he met many new faces
1. deal with (something unpleasant) head on
e.g. You must confront your problems
He faced the terrible consequences of his mistakes
2. present somebody with something, usually to accuse or criticize
e.g. We confronted him with the evidence
He was faced with all the evidence and could no longer deny his actions
凤凰联盟登录 An enormous dilemma faces us
3. oppose, as in hostility or a competition
e.g. You must confront your opponent
Jackson faced Smith in the boxing ring
The two enemies finally confronted each other
4. cover the front or surface of
e.g. The building was faced with beautiful stones
5. line the edge (of a garment) with a different material
e.g. 凤凰联盟登录face the lapels of the jacket
6. turn so as to face
turn the face in a certain direction
e.g. Turn and face凤凰联盟登录 your partner now
7. turn so as to expose the face
e.g. 凤凰联盟登录face a playing card
8. be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point
be opposite to
e.g. The house looks north
My backyard look onto the pond
The building faces the park
9. be opposite
e.g. the facing page
the two sofas face凤凰联盟登录 each other
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