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"Face Meaning In Bengali"

Face (noun) - মুখমন্ডল; মুখোমুখি

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Face Meaning in Bengali. Face শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Face meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Face".

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Face বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Face in English? What does Face mean? What is another word for Face? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: face, face about, face as long as a fiddle, face as long as fiddle, face card, face cream, face creams, face criticism, face down, face face,

Face Example in a sentence

Face Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for face

I should not be surprised if I were to recognize him the first time I met him face to face.

Pen got up and turned Sara's pillow and shaded the light from his face, mechanically.

In all my life I've never been face to face with a thing like this.

To laugh, were want of goodness and of grace, And to be grave, exceeds all power of face.

She had been rather pale when he entered, but now the color rushed to her face.

The big desert farmer was staring at Sara, horror in every line of his face.

And then, in the face of that, you ask me if her life is of such consequence to me?

This was what had put the new strain into Jim's face, the new pleading into his voice.

It was impossible to detect any sign of emotion on his face.

Little by little the steel lines crept over Jim's face again.

Face History and Origin

History of: Face

Word Origin & History

face late 13c., from O.Fr. face, from V.L. *facia, from L. facies "appearance, form, figure," and secondarily "visage, countenance;" probably related to facere "to make" (see factitious). Replaced O.E. andwlita. To face (v.) "confront" is first recorded mid-15c. Related: Faced. Facing front or outer part of a wall, building, etc., is from 1823. To lose face (or save face), 1876, is said to be from Chinese tu lien; to face the music is theatrical. Face value was originally (1878) of bank notes, postage stamps, etc.

Face Synonyms

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Face Definition

the front part of the head, from the forehead to the chin.
a look or expression on this part:
a sad face.
an expression or look that indicates ridicule, disgust, etc.; grimace:
The child put on a face when told to go to bed.
cosmetics; makeup:
Excuse me while I go to the powder room to put on my face.
impudence; boldness:
to have the face to ask such a rude question.
outward appearance:
These are just old problems with new faces. The future presented a fair face to the fortunate youth.
outward show or pretense, especially as a means of preserving one's dignity or of concealing a detrimental fact, condition, etc.:
Though shamed beyond words, he managed to show a bold face.
good reputation; dignity; prestige:
They hushed up the family scandal to preserve face.
the amount specified in a bill or note, exclusive of interest.
the manifest sense or express terms, as of a document.
the geographic characteristics or general appearance of a land surface.
the surface:
the face of the earth.
the side, or part of a side, upon which the use of a thing depends:
the clock's face; the face of a playing card.
the most important or most frequently seen side; front:
the face of a building.
the outer or upper side of a fabric; right side.
the acting, striking, or working surface of an implement, tool, etc.
Geometry. any of the bounding surfaces of a solid figure:
a cube has six faces.
Also called working face. Mining. the front or end of a drift or excavation, where the material is being or was last mined.
  1. the working surface of a type, of a plate, etc.
  2. Also called typeface, typestyle. any design of type, including a full range of characters, as letters, numbers, and marks of punctuation, in all sizes:
    Caslon is one of the most popular faces.
  3. Also called typeface, typestyle. the general style or appearance of type:
    broad or narrow face.
Nautical, Aeronautics. the rear or after side of a propeller blade (opposed to back1 (def 11.)).
Fortification. either of the two outer sides that form the salient angle of a bastion or the like.
Crystallography. any of the plane surfaces of a crystal.
Electronics. faceplate (def 3).
Archaic. sight; presence:
to flee from the face of the enemy.
verb (used with object), faced, facing.
to look toward or in the direction of:
to face the light.
to have the front toward or permit a view of:
The building faces Fifth Avenue. The bedroom faces the park.
to confront directly:
to be faced with a problem; to face the future confidently.
to confront courageously, boldly, or impudently (usually followed by down or out):
He could always face down his detractors.
to oppose or to meet defiantly:
to face fearful odds; Army faces Navy in today's football game.
to cover or partly cover with a different material in front:
They faced the old wooden house with brick.
to finish the edge of a garment with facing, a piece of fabric added for ornament or strengthening.
to turn the face of (a playing card) upwards.
to dress or smooth the surface of (a stone or the like).
to cause (soldiers) to turn to the right, left, or in the opposite direction.
Ice Hockey. (of a referee) to put (the puck) in play by dropping it between two opposing players each having his or her stick on the ice and facing the goal of the opponent.
verb (used without object), faced, facing.
to turn or be turned (often followed by to or toward):
She faced toward the sea.
to be placed with the front in a certain direction (often followed by on, to, or toward):
The house faces on the street. The barn faces south.
to turn to the right, left, or in the opposite direction:
Left face!
Ice Hockey. to face the puck; put the puck in play (often followed by off).
Verb phrases
face down, to confront boldly or intimidate (an opponent, critic, etc.).
face off,
  1. to confront, fight, or compete against each other as opponents:
    The presidential nominees will face off at the debates tomorrow night.
  2. Ice Hockey. to start a game or period with a face-off.
face up to,
  1. to acknowledge; admit:
    to face up to the facts.
  2. to meet courageously; confront:
    He refused to face up to his problems.
face the music. music (def 9).
face to face,
  1. facing or opposite one another:
    We sat face to face at the table.
  2. in an open, personal meeting or confrontation:
    The leaders spoke face to face about a reduction in nuclear arms.
face to face with, in close proximity to; narrowly escaping; confronting:
face to face with death.
fly in the face of. fly1 (def 35).
get out of someone's face,
  1. Southern U.S. go away!; leave.
  2. Slang. to stop bothering or annoying someone.
in someone’s face,
  1. in a confrontational way that shows annoyance or contempt:
    When I asked for money, he just laughed in my face.
  2. Slang. confrontational toward someone, as by criticizing or annoying persistently:
    My dad got in my face about my bad grades.
in your face, Slang.
  1. (usually used imperatively to tease someone or flaunt something in a confrontational way):
    We won the game. In your face!
  2. involving confrontation; defiant; provocative:
    His political commentary is always in your face.
    See also in-your-face.
in the face of,
  1. in spite of; notwithstanding:
    She persevered in the face of many obstacles.
  2. when confronted with:
    They were steadfast in the face of disaster.
lose face, to suffer disgrace, humiliation, or embarrassment:
It was impossible to apologize publicly without losing face.
make a face, to grimace, as in distaste or contempt; contort one's face in order to convey a feeling or to amuse another:
She made a face when she was told the work wasn't finished. The children made me laugh by making faces.
on the face of it, to outward appearances; superficially; seemingly:
On the face of it, there was no hope for a comeback.
put on a bold face, to give the appearance of confidence or assurance:
Everyone knew that he had been fired, even though he put on a bold face.
Also, put a bold face on.
save face, to avoid disgrace, humiliation, or embarrassment:
She tried to save face by saying that the bill had never arrived.
set one's face against, to disapprove strongly of; oppose:
My parents have set their face against my becoming an actress.
show one's face, to make an appearance; be seen:
I would be ashamed to show my face in such an outlandish outfit. Just show your face at the party and then you can leave.
to one's face, in one's presence; brazenly; directly:
Tell him to his face that he's a liar!

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