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facing
Present participleconjugation offace.

facing

Or if we are facing a time of social regression.
O si estamos frente a un momento de regresión social.
We are facing a grave violation of resolution 1244 (1999).
Estamos ante una grave violación de la resolución 1244 (1999).
(CS) Ladies and gentlemen, Europe is facing two challenges.
(CS) Señoras y señores, Europa se enfrenta a dos desafíos.
It has 100 m2 and a nice terrace facing south.
Tiene 100 m2 y una bonita terraza orientada al sur.
We believe that the country is facing a critical situation.
Creemos que el país hace frente a una situación crítica.
Living & bedroom with access to terrace facing the south.
Salón y dormitorio con acceso a terraza orientada al sur.
Based on your record, you're facing two weeks in jail.
Según tus antecedentes, estás frente a dos semanas de cárcel.
This is probably the biggest problem facing our society.
Este es probablemente el mayor problema que enfrenta nuestra sociedad.
The hotel is facing the magnificent and imposing Nahargarh Fort.
El hotel está frente a la magnífica e imponente Nahargarh Fort.
The city of Aleg is facing a shortage of water.
La ciudad de Aleg se enfrenta a una escasez de agua.
(SK) The international community is facing an extremely important task.
(SK) La comunidad internacional se enfrenta con una tarea sumamente importante.
In these four months we have been facing considerable challenges.
En estos cuatro meses nos hemos enfrentado a importantes retos.
The European Union is facing a task of historic proportions.
La Unión Europea se enfrenta a una tarea de dimensiones históricas.
On the contrary, even traditional exports are facing considerable reductions.
Por el contrario, incluso las exportaciones tradicionales están enfrentando considerables reducciones.
They had been facing up to 16 years in jail.
Se habían estado enfrentado hasta a 16 años de cárcel.
The people of Afghanistan are facing a harsh winter.
El pueblo del Afganistán se enfrenta a un duro invierno.
Mr President, learning from a catastrophe means facing the future.
Señor Presidente, aprender de una catástrofe significa enfrentarse al futuro.
Hold the syringe slightly tilted with the vial facing downwards.
Sujete la jeringa ligeramente inclinada con el vial hacia abajo.
The United Nations is now facing enormous and unprecedented challenges.
Las Naciones Unidas enfrentan ahora retos enormes y sin precedentes.
You can't see the door if you're facing this direction.
No puedes ver la puerta si estás mirando en esta dirección.
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