affronter

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affronter ‎(plural affronters)

  1. Someone who affronts

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EtymologyEdit

From Old French afronter ‎(to face; to confront; to slap in the face), from Vulgar Latin *affrontare ‎(to strike against), from Latin ad frontem ‎(to the face), from frons ‎(forehead), from the genitive frontis, from Proto-Indo-European *bhront-, from *bhren- ‎(to project; to stand out), or alternatively from *ser- ‎(base of prepositions and preverbs).

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affronter

  1. to confront, face
  2. (reflexive) to face off, to clash

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VerbEdit

affronter

  1. (Jersey) to face; to confront
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