ETYM French, from Latin facies form, shape, face, perh. from facere to make (see Fact); or perh. orig. meaning appearance, and from a root meaning to shine, and akin to Eng. fancy. Related to Facetious.
1. The front of the head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear; SYN. human face.
2. The part of an animal corresponding to the human face.
3. The general outward appearance of something.
4. (Synecdoche) A part of a person is used to refer to a person.
5. The act of confronting bravely; SYN. facing.
6. A vertical surface of a building or cliff.
7. Status in the eyes of others.
8. The side upon which the use of a thing depends (usually the most prominent surface of an object).
9. The striking or working surface of an implement.
In geometry, a plane surface of a solid enclosed by edges. A cube has six square faces, a cuboid has six rectangular faces, and a tetrahedron has four triangular faces.
Arogantnost, neuljudnost, bezobzirnost, bestidnost.
Kreveljenje, bekeljenje; isrivljeno (ili iscereno) lice; fig. pretvaranje, pritvorstvo, licemerstvo. (fr.)
2. Namera, plan u budućnosti, verovatnoća.
Osoba, lice, persona.
Spoljna stran nečega, površ.
Čulo gledanja, osećaj koji se prima očima.
1. In geometry and computer graphics, one side of a solid object, such as a cube.
2. In printing and typography, short for typeface.
1. To turn so as to face; to turn the face in a certain direction.
2. To be opposite.
3. To cover the front or surface of.
4. To line near the edge with a different material, as of a garment.