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How to say “face” in French? “Face”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “face” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on face in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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French Word: visage

Explanation: In French, the word for “face” is “visage.” It is used to refer to the front part of the head, including the forehead, eyes, nose, mouth, and chin.

Other Words:
1. Figure – meaning “face” or “appearance”
2. Face – the same as in English, but with a French pronunciation
3. Frimousse – used to describe a child’s face, often implying cuteness or sweetness

Alternate Meanings/Slang:
1. Bouille – a colloquial term for “face,” usually used to refer to a cute or lovable face
2. Trombine – a slang term for “face,” which is commonly used in informal conversations

1. J’ai une tache sur le visage. (I have a spot on my face.)
2. Il a un visage souriant. (He has a smiling face.)
3. Elle a un joli visage. (She has a pretty face.)
4. Ne fais pas cette tΓͺte-lΓ ! (Don’t make that face!)

Note: Remember to use “visage” when referring to the face as a physical feature, while other words like “figure” or slang terms are used in specific contexts or informal situations.

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