14.-To be confronted with = tener que hacer frente a /enfrentarse con / confrontarse con. Advanced.

 

 

To be confronted with = tener que hacer frente a /enfrentarse con / confrontarse con. Advanced.

 

 

  1. When I got back from holiday I was confronted with a pile of important correspondence.

Cuando volví a casa de vacaciones tuve que hacer frente a un montón de correspondencia importante.

 

 

  1. Now that you have raised that possibility, I am confronted with a dilemma.

Ahora que Vd. ha planteado esa posibilidad, me enfrento a un dilema.

 

 

  1. When it comes to voting, we are confronted with a problem because there are so many political parties to choose from.

Cuando se trata de votar, nos enfrentamos a un problema porque hay muchos partidos políticos donde elegir.

 

 

  1. The manager was confronted with the difficult question of deciding which of the candidates to select.

El gerente se enfrentó a la difícil cuestión de decidir, a cuál de los candidatos elegir.

 

 

  1. Young people of today are confronted with numerous problems including lack of employment and a shortage of housing.

Los jóvenes de hoy se enfrentan a numerosos problemas, como la falta de empleo o la escasez de vivienda.

 

 

  1. She was confronted with the problem of deciding which of the two outfits to choose for her birthday party.

Se enfrentó con el problema de decidir cuál de los dos conjuntos elegir para su fiesta de cumpleaños.

 

 

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