Confront (verb)

  1. Face and deal with (a difficult or unpleasant situation).
  2. Face and oppose (someone) with their behavior or actions.
  3. Bring (something) into direct or immediate opposition.

Origin:

Early 17th century: from latin confrontare "bring face to face", from con- "together" + frons, front- "forehead".

Examples:

  1. He confronted the issue head-on.
  2. She confronted him about his behavior.
  3. The company had to confront the problem of falling sales.
  4. The government had to confront the crisis.
  5. They confronted the rival team on the field.
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