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confront (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Conjugations:
Present tense: I. confront; you confront; he she it faced
Simple past: I. faced
Participle II: faced
Subjunctive II: i faced
Imperative: singular confront!; Plural faced!
Auxiliary verb: to have
Hyphenation:
kon | fron | tie | ren, simple past: kon | fron | tier | te, participle II: kon | fron | tiert
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [kɔnfʁɔnˈtiːʁən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) trans. to confront someone with someone else
2) trans. deal with a problem
Origin of the term:
Borrowed from Middle Latinconfrontare “To border, to be adjacent”, composed of Latin con– "With, together" and Latin frons "Forehead, front"
Related terms:
1) juxtapose
Application examples:
1) “The perpetrator becomes with the victim faced.
1) “Then you know that the person you are caring for may be back with what happened and the perpetrator long after the crime was committed in the context of a court hearing faced will be."
2) “The emergency reactors have moved the Chancellor to the fastest political U-turn in post-war history and her astonished union with a new bourgeois anti-nuclear movement faced.
Word formations:
Adjective:confrontational
Conversions: Confront, confront, confront
Nouns:Confrontation, confrontation

Translations

  • Esperanto: konfronti
  • Swedish: konfrontera

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Because Neymar deals with rape allegations faced sees, sponsors are now suspending the advertising campaigns.
Today.at, June 8, 2019

As Helmut Schuller with a difficult diagnosis faced he decides to change his life.
Moz.de, October 26, 2018

Because the Brazilian soccer star deals with rape allegations faced sees some of its sponsors are now suspending their advertising campaigns.
20 minutes, June 8th, 2019

Last Wednesday faced BamS the Reimann family with the extensive research.
BILD.de, March 26, 2019

The Swiss faced filigree guitars with simple texts.
laut.de, March 7, 2019

After heavy, persistent rainfall, the lagoon city is flooded again on Monday faced been.
Kleine Zeitung, November 11, 2019

The Kremlin ignores the discontent. However, he will use it more often in the future faced become.
DiePresse.com, July 30, 2020

This week the final classes returned to the schools in Augsburg. What challenges do teachers and students face faced see.
Augsburger Allgemeine, April 28, 2020

Ludwig Kiefer knows out of necessity how bad it is when you are diagnosed with shock faced becomes.
Saarbrücker Zeitung, May 11, 2020

Deforests in Romania and Ukraine: 'Kassensturz' faced Ikea with illegal logging.
SRF, June 23, 2020

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Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "confronted":

Bacillus: "Again and again they found antibodies against the bacilli in the blood of cardiovascular patients with a remarkable frequency, but only to be confronted with contrary findings in other studies."

stringent: In this way the conductor demonstrates that Saul, born more out of necessity, namely out of financial difficulties with which Handel was confronted as an opera entrepreneur in London in the mid-1730s, is one of his most dramatically stringent, musically strongest works of all

put: ... consider being on your own - being without support; to be confronted with a task alone to put someone at someone's side - someone to help someone in ...

Gulf of Mexico: ... Mexico. "1)" In addition to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, BP is currently also faced with allegations of wanting to silence researchers and setting safety standards on the ...

introduction: ... started the introduction of the piece. 1) The reader is already confronted with technical terms in the introduction. 2) The induction of anesthesia went perfectly. 2) With the artificial ...


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