confrontverb

  • ja(解決するために)直面したくない問題を指摘する
  • ento face, meet, or deal with someone or something unpleasant or difficult; to tell or show someone what they don't want to hear or see in order to make them admit something wrong that they have done or to solve an issue or problem

Examples

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Sir, why are we still doing this?
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We've been following him for days.
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And he hasn't done anything suspicious.
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Let's just confront him.
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He only hid one of the stolen coins in Port's desk.
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He'll probably try to sell the others.
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I wanna catch him in the act.
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Shh! Here he comes.
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Can I give you a little tip?
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If you're gonna confront somebody, better to do it with pants on.
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The shorts...
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It's hard to take a person seriously wearing shorts.
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And it was something that the porn use led to me being unfaithful years early.
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And what happened was after years of hiding and not saying anything, she confronted me.
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She was like, "What is it I don't know about you, Terry Crews?"
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When Ryan Gosling's character confronts his wife regarding her selfish behavior and her neglect of their child,
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her response brings him to tears.
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"Is this how you want her to grow up?"
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"I don't want her to grow up in a home where her parents treat each other like this."
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“You’re using him too to express your true feelings toward Angela.”
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And when Angela directly confronts Brian to ask if he wrote the letter,
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and it’s implied that she’s developing feelings for him too, he still won’t take credit for it.
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“I have to know, because —”
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“Know what? There’s nothing to know.”
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At this point, Jordan says she forgave Tristan.
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And he moved into her new Los Angeles home.
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However, shortly after that, paparazzi photos started surfacing of Tristan and Khloé.
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In the papers, Khloé is referred to as "one of the women" Jordan previously confronted Tristan about.
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So now back at school, Peter and Lara Jean's fake relationship is really over.
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So even though Lara Jean managed to have the hot tub video taken down, people, they aren't so nice about it.
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Lara Jean has a hunch it was Gen who made the post in the first place and decides to confront her.
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But Gen denies, denies, and keeps on denying.
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So when Kendall gets so upset and goes in to confront him,
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- the way he tried to defend himself was so bad. - Oh, he freaks out.
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He goes from being like, "Oh, well, you were just being an actress. I don't think you really like me."
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I confronted Matt about Jessica.
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And I said, "What the hell?
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What's going on here? Like, what are you thinking?
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What are you doing? What do you want?"
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He told me he was trying to figure things out and feel it out.
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And he was like, he shouldn't have said that.
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I was just thinking like,
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if I were to actually confront this person,
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it would be a very short conversation.
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And it'd just be like, "Hello, goodbye, I hate you."
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First of all, you should explain, because the—
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Yeah, the original story was that this woman drove across country to kind of confront her,
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- or kidnap, depending on the version, her— - Well, there was stuff in the car that appeared like kidnapping.
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Yeah, her boyfriend and his new girlfriend.