Confront

usgb/kənˈfrʌnt/Volume
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Brave InteractionPlay
Used when facing something tough directly, often requiring courage or boldness. SlideThe firefighter had to confront the blaze to save lives.
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Can imply a heavy emotional burden or stress associated with the confrontation. SlideAfter years of silence, she finally confronted her past.
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Often involves personal growth when confronting internal fears or doubts. SlideHe confronted his fear of speaking in public by giving a toast.