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  3. User Contributed Translations for confront:
    • enfrentar


Traducciones detalladas de confront de inglés a español


to confront verbo (confronts, confronted, confronting)

  1. to confront (compare; compare with; compare to; equate)

Conjugaciones de confront:

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

Translation Matrix for confront:

VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
comparar compare; compare to; compare with; confront; equate compare to each other; compare with each other
- face; face up; present
Not SpecifiedTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
comparar compare
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- bring face to face

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Definiciones relacionadas de "confront":

  1. deal with (something unpleasant) head on1
    • You must confront your problems1
  2. present somebody with something, usually to accuse or criticize1
    • We confronted him with the evidence1
  3. oppose, as in hostility or a competition1
    • You must confront your opponent1
    • The two enemies finally confronted each other1
  4. be face to face with1
    • The child screamed when he confronted the man in the Halloween costume1

Wiktionary: confront

  1. To deal with
  2. To something bring face to face with
  3. To engage in confrontation
  4. To come up against; to encounter
  5. To stand or meet facing, especially in competition, hostility or defiance

Cross Translation:
confront carear; confrontar confronteren — iemand laten zien wat diegene heeft gedaan
confront enfrentar; afrontar affronterattaquer de front avec hardiesse, avec intrépidité.