confrontverb [ T ]uk /kənˈfrʌnt/ us /kənˈfrʌnt/
- She was confronted by a man wielding a knife.
- We were confronted with a lot of problems when we tried to buy a house in Germany.
- He confronted his illness with characteristic bravery.
- She decided to confront the burglars.
- The police were confronted by crowds of rioters.
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