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confront (verb), confronts; confronted; confronting
1. To meet someone face to face with hostile or argumentative intentions: Jacob confronted his brother and accused him of hiding his French book which he needed for school the following day.
2. Etymology: from French confronter; from Latin confrontare; from Latin con-, "with" + frons, front-, "face".
To bring face to face with defiance.
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To set side by side for comparison of one's faults.
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To face hostility or danger with someone.
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This entry is located in the following units: com-, co-, cog-, col-, con-, cor- (page 4) front-, fronto- (page 1)