Variant of confront
- to face; stand or meet face to face
- to face or oppose boldly, defiantly, or antagonistically
- to bring face to face (with): to confront someone with the facts
- to set side by side to compare
Origin: French confronter ; from Midieval Latin confrontare ; from Classical Latin com-, together plush frons, forehead: see front
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