- vt. 对抗；遭遇；面临
- vt. 使面对 bring face to face; be or come face to face with
- vt. 与…相对 be opposite to
oppose, as in hostility or a competition;
"You must confront your opponent"
"Jackson faced Smith in the boxing ring"
"The two enemies finally confronted each other"
deal with (something unpleasant) head on;
"You must confront your problems"
"He faced the terrible consequences of his mistakes"
present somebody with something, usually to accuse or criticize;
"We confronted him with the evidence"
"He was faced with all the evidence and could no longer deny his actions"
"An enormous dilemma faces us"
be face to face with;
"The child screamed when he confronted the man in the Halloween costume"
- We must confront future with optimism.
- You must confront your problems.
- It's no use to confront your boss.
- A soldier often has to confront danger.
- Confronted by an angry crowd, the police retreated.
- The difficulties that confront us seem insuperable.
- He confronted his enemies bravely.
- In the court, you'll confront the fact that you have done harm to others.
- We have to confront many difficulties in the society.
- I am confronted by many difficulties.
- As he entered the room, he was confronted by a scene of confusion.
- Confronted by the angry strikers, the police had to retreat.
- confront with (v.+prep.)
以…面对; 使…面临 face sb/sth with a quality such as courage; make sb face sth
confront sb/sth with sb/sth
He will admit his errors when we confront him with these figures.
They have confronted the problem of terrorism with great determination.
The policeman confronted the driver with a summons.
The court confronted the witness with the accused.
She could not bear to be confronted with the truth.
We are confronted with many social problems which can't be dealt with successfully overnight.
Italy is confronted with serious financial and economic difficulties.
The new system was confronted with great difficulties at the start.
As soon as he was confronted with the evidence, he confessed.
- confront choices 面对选择
- confront danger 面对危险
- confront death 面对死亡
- confront difficulties 面对困难
- confront enemies 面对敌军
- confront boldly 大胆地面对
- confront bravely 英勇地面对
- confront brazenly 危险地面对
- confront dramatically 戏剧性地面对
- confront fearlessly 大胆地面对
- confront militarily 军事对抗
- confront theatrically 威胁地面对
- confront with 以…面对; 使…面临
John Hampden..had the courage..to confront the whole power of the government.出自： Ld Macaulay
I am only coarse when confronted by respectability.出自： Quiller
- confront在指“使面对,使…对立”时,其后面表示某人的处境或表示被置于、被带到某人面前的人物时,与介词with连用; 如果后面表示的是“面对”的人或物时,则用介词by。
- confront, be confronted with
- confront有强烈的动作和意愿性,而be confronted with主要表示一种状态,而且常常不是出于主语的意愿。
- confront, encouter, face, meet
- confront 不可避免地，面对面地相遇，也指敢于正视困难或问题。
- oppose 反对
- encounter 意外的相见
- face 表面
- challenge 挑战
- defy 藐视
- meet 遇见
- antagonize 使…对抗
- provoke 激怒
- threaten 威胁
- handle 处理
- tackle 处理
- face up to 大胆面向
- deal with 讨论
- brazen out 厚着脸对待
- dare 敢
- stem 柄
- squarely 成方形地
- face up 面对
- contact 接触
- present 礼物
- avoid 避免