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confront

/verb) UK /kənˈfrʌnt/ US /kənˈfrʌnt)

To face, meet, or deal with a difficult situation or person

Example. As she left the court, she was confronted by angry crowds who tried to block her way

It’s an issue we’ll have to confront at some point, no matter how unpleasant it is

I thought I would stay calm, but when I was confronted with/by the TV camera, I got very nervous

She was confronted by a man wielding a knife

We were confronted with a lot of problems when we tried to buy a house in Germany

He confronted his illness with characteristic bravery

She decided to confront the burglars

The police were confronted by crowds of rioters

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