English version

can’t face

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcan’t facecan’t faceCAN'Tif you can’t face something, you feel unable to do it because it seems too unpleasant or difficult I don’t want to go back to college – I just can’t face it. I can’t face the thought of going into town when it’s this hot. She couldn’t face the prospect of another divorce.can’t face doing something He couldn’t face driving all the way to Los Angeles. face
Examples from the Corpus
can’t face doing somethingMr. MacArthur can't face selling the store.
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