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tr.v. out·faced, out·fac·ing, out·fac·es
1. To overcome with a bold or self-assured look; stare down: "Oppose thy steadfast-gazing eyes to mine, / See if thou canst outface me with thy looks" (Shakespeare).
2. To confront boldly; defy or resist: The king outfaced the rebels.
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1. to face or stare down
2. to confront boldly or defiantly
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v.t. -faced, -fac•ing.
1. to cause to submit by or as if by staring down.
2. to face or confront boldly; defy.
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Past participle: outfaced
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|Verb||1.||outface - overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring; "He simply stared down his opponent"|
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outface[aʊtˈfeɪs] VT → desafiar
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