confront Inggris

pengucapan
v. stand face to face; put before; oppose; compare

Contoh kalimat

This was to turn his eyes from the sweet little face of Cedric, and bring them to the confronting and sullen traits of the count.
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When her husband and brother have arrived, we will confront her with them when she is not expecting it.
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“Iraq faces an existential threat,” he added, “and the Iraqi leaders have to confront this threat with the great urgency that the situation demands.”
(Voice of America)
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According to Miller, the interrogation team was confronted by an urgent need to obtain sources of information in the fight against terrorism after the attacks of September 11.
(Voice of America)
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behold Summer was unexpectedly confronting him in this dreary garden! A swarm of children was racing and screaming through the short avenues around the monument.
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Eventually, Lopez was confronted by a female military police officer. He put his hands up, but then pulled the gun from his jacket and shot himself in the head.
(Voice of America)
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In a surprise visit to Baghdad, Kerry calls for a government that includes Sunnis and Kurds, in order to confront the threat of ISIL insurgents.
(Voice of America)
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Meanwhile, two US lawmakers called on the international community to confront the militants of the Islamic State now.
(Voice of America)
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On Monday, the secretary of State, John Kerry, pressed the most senior Shiite leadership in Iraq to create a more inclusive government that can confront the Sunni insurgency — which has captured vast territories in the north and west of Iraq.
(Voice of America)
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The Iraqi prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, rejected forming an emergency government to help the country confront the expanding Sunni militant insurgency.
(Voice of America)
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Sinonim

1. encounter: face, affront, challenge, cope with, brave
2. resist: oppose, dispute, challenge, defy, repel, counter, contradict



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