Detailed Translations for face from English to Spanish


face [the ~] noun

  1. the face (countenance; sight; pinnule)
    la cara; el rostro; la faz; la fisonomia
  2. the face (level)
    el plano; la superficie; el nivel
  3. the face (frontage)
    la fachada
  4. the face (phiz; phizog; mug; trap)
    la cara fea; la jeta
  5. the face (jaws; beak; muzzle; snout; mouth)
    la mandíbulas; la boca; el pico; la bocaza
  6. the face (front side; front)
    la parte de delante; el frente; la fachada; la delantera; el frontis; la parte delantera; el frontispicio
  7. the face (mug)
    la lara; el frontispicio
  8. the face (mouth; snout; jaws; orifice)
    la bocaza; la boca; el pico
  9. the face (typeface)
    – A set of characters that share common characteristics, such as stroke width and the presence or absence of serifs (short lines at the upper and lower edges of characters). 1

to face verb (faces, faced, facing)

  1. to face (face up to; defy; stand to)
  2. to face
    – deal with (something unpleasant) head on 2

Conjugations for face:

  1. face
  2. face
  3. faces
  4. face
  5. face
  6. face
simple past
  1. faced
  2. faced
  3. faced
  4. faced
  5. faced
  6. faced
present perfect
  1. have faced
  2. have faced
  3. has faced
  4. have faced
  5. have faced
  6. have faced
past continuous
  1. was facing
  2. were facing
  3. was facing
  4. were facing
  5. were facing
  6. were facing
  1. shall face
  2. will face
  3. will face
  4. shall face
  5. will face
  6. will face
continuous present
  1. am facing
  2. are facing
  3. is facing
  4. are facing
  5. are facing
  6. are facing
  1. be faced
  2. be faced
  3. be faced
  4. be faced
  5. be faced
  6. be faced
  1. face!
  2. let's face!
  3. faced
  4. facing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for face:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
boca beak; face; jaws; mouth; muzzle; orifice; snout boldness; cheekiness; estuary; forwardness; impudence; jaws; mouth; muzzle; nerve; orifice; sauciness
bocaza beak; face; jaws; mouth; muzzle; orifice; snout blabber; boldness; cheekiness; forwardness; impudence; jaws; mouth; muzzle; nerve; orifice; sauciness
cara countenance; face; pinnule; sight appearance; chronic specific respiratory affliction; dividing wall; exterior; fore-part; front; look; looks; panorama; partition; sight; view
cara fea face; mug; phiz; phizog; trap
delantera face; front; front side fore-part; front; frontline; lead
fachada face; front; front side; frontage disguise; extent of front; façade; fore-part; front; front view; frontage; frontal view; frontline; housefront; pretence; pretense; sham
faz countenance; face; pinnule; sight
fisonomia countenance; face; pinnule; sight
frente face; front; front side extent of front; façade; forehead; front; frontage; frontline; housefront
frontis face; front; front side façade; front; housefront
frontispicio face; front; front side; mug façade; front; front view; frontal view; frontispiece; housefront
jeta face; mug; phiz; phizog; trap Hansen's disease; leprosy
lara face; mug
mandíbulas beak; face; jaws; mouth; muzzle; snout
nivel face; level bruise; contusion; degree; evenness; flatness; height of an arrow; level; levelness
parte de delante face; front; front side façade; fore-part; front; housefront
parte delantera face; front; front side façade; front; front-width; housefront
pico beak; face; jaws; mouth; muzzle; orifice; snout apex; beak; bill; boldness; cheekiness; climax; crest; culminating point; flair; forwardness; impudence; jaws; mountain top; mouth; muzzle; nerve; nibs; nose; orifice; peak; pecker; pinnacle; sauciness; spout; summit; tip; top; vertex
plano face; level city plan; floor-plan; groundplan; map; plan; sketch of the situation; street map; synopses; town-map
rostro countenance; face; pinnule; sight
superficie face; level lowland; marshland; surface
- aspect; boldness; brass; case; cheek; expression; facial expression; font; fount; grimace; human face; look; nerve; side; typeface
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
afrontar defy; face; face up to; stand to anticipate; badger; bait; expect; give rise to; look forward; look forward to; needle; provoke
confrontar face face with
hacer frente a defy; face; face up to; stand to
- confront; face up; front; look; present
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
nivel dimension level; layer; level
tipo de letra face; typeface
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- right side
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
plano evened; flattened; horizontal; smoothed

Related Words for "face":

  • reface, facing, faced, faces

Synonyms for "face":

Antonyms for "face":

Related Definitions for "face":

  1. a vertical surface of a building or cliff2
  2. the side upon which the use of a thing depends (usually the most prominent surface of an object)2
    • he dealt the cards face down2
  3. the striking or working surface of an implement2
  4. the general outward appearance of something2
    • the face of the city is changing2
  5. the feelings expressed on a person's face2
    • an angry face2
  6. impudent aggressiveness2
  7. status in the eyes of others2
    • he lost face2
  8. the front of the human head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear2
    • he washed his face2
    • I wish I had seen the look on his face when he got the news2
  9. the part of an animal corresponding to the human face2
  10. a specific size and style of type within a type family2
  11. a contorted facial expression2
  12. a surface forming part of the outside of an object2
    • dew dripped from the face of the leaf2
  13. a part of a person that is used to refer to a person2
    • he looked out at a roomful of faces2
    • when he returned to work he met many new faces2
  14. deal with (something unpleasant) head on2
    • He faced the terrible consequences of his mistakes2
  15. present somebody with something, usually to accuse or criticize2
    • He was faced with all the evidence and could no longer deny his actions2
    • An enormous dilemma faces us2
  16. oppose, as in hostility or a competition2
    • Jackson faced Smith in the boxing ring2
  17. cover the front or surface of2
    • The building was faced with beautiful stones2
  18. line the edge (of a garment) with a different material2
    • face the lapels of the jacket2
  19. turn so as to face; turn the face in a certain direction2
    • Turn and face your partner now2
  20. turn so as to expose the face2
    • face a playing card2
  21. be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point; be opposite to2
    • The building faces the park2
  22. be opposite2
    • the facing page2
    • the two sofas face each other2
  23. A set of characters that share common characteristics, such as stroke width and the presence or absence of serifs (short lines at the upper and lower edges of characters).1

Wiktionary Translations for face:

  1. deal with, confront
  2. position oneself/itself towards
  1. slang: in wrestling
  2. -
  3. of a polyhedron
  4. numbered dial of a clock or watch
  5. public image
  6. facial expression
  7. part of head

Cross Translation:
face fachada voorgevel — gevel aan de voorkant
face vista; cara gezicht — de voorkant van een menselijk hoofd
face fisonomía; semblante; cara; faz; rostro aangezicht — het gezicht, het gelaat
face cara; rostro Gesichtmoderner Mensch: die vom Haupthaar ausgesparte Vorderseite des menschlichen Kopfes, auf der die Augen, die Nase und der Mund liegen
face capote; cara Miene — Gesichtszüge als situativer Wesens- bzw. Gemütsausdruck
face capote; cara Miene — äußere Erscheinung, mit besonderer Betonung des Gesichts
face faz; cara; rostro Antlitzgehoben: vordere Teil des Kopfes bei Menschen und Säugetieren
face cara; rostro visage — Face humaine

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