face

face
(f) лицо
 ♦ [lang name="French"]à la face du monde открыто, не таясь
 ♦ [lang name="French"]changer de face
  1) измениться в лице
  2) принять иной оборот
 ♦ [lang name="French"]dire qch bien en face сказать что-л. прямо в лицо, в глаза
 ♦ [lang name="French"]face à l'argent под натиском денег
 ♦ [lang name="French"]face à qch перед лицом чего-л.
 ♦ [lang name="French"]face de carême постная мина
 ♦ [lang name="French"]faire face смотреть в глаза; выдерживать взгляд
 ♦ [lang name="French"]faire face à la demande быть способным удовлетворить спрос
 ♦ [lang name="French"]faire face à qch, qn
  1) встречать лицом к лицу (врага, опасность)
  2) про тивостоять, не поддаваться чему-л., кому-л.
 ♦ [lang name="French"]faire face à ses engagements не уходить от своих обязательств
 ♦ [lang name="French"]homme à double face двуличный человек
 ♦ [lang name="French"]jeter à la face [[lang name="French"]au nez] бросать в лицо
 ♦ [lang name="French"]le face-à-face очная ставка
 ♦ [lang name="French"]perdre la face скомпрометировать себя; уронить себя в чьих-л. глазах
 ♦ [lang name="French"]regarder [[lang name="French"]voir] [lang name="French"]les choses en face реально смотреть на вещи
 ♦ [lang name="French"]sauver la face [[lang name="French"]la mise] сохранить лицо; избежать позора
 ♦ [lang name="French"]se voiler la face стараться не видеть происходящего
 ♦ [lang name="French"]voir la mort en face стоять перед лицом смерти

Современная Фразеология. Русско-французский словарь. . 2015.

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