adj deceitful or insincere 两面派的; 虚伪的.
changing what you say according to who you are talking to, in a way that is insincere and unpleasant - used to show disapproval
He's a two-faced liar.
1. But the historian attempting to reconstruct the distant past is always faced with a difficult task. 但是，历史学家企图重现遥远的过去可是一项艰巨的任务，
2. For then man was faced with a real need to understand something about the seasons. 因为当时人们面临着了解四季的实际需要，
3. We are faced with a difficult choice. 我们面临困难的抉择.
4. We are faced with a shortage in manpower , not in raw material. 我们面临的问题是缺乏人力而不是缺乏原料。
5. We are faced with the necessity of buying a new car. 我们必须买一辆新车了.
6. White-faced and shaking, Charles stared after him. “But … but … what about … the police?” he finally was able to say. 脸色惨白的查尔斯还在发抖，他盯着侍者离去的身影，半晌才说出话，"可…… 可是…… 警察呢？"
7. We have to decide whether to shoot and when, just like the police officer has to when faced with this situation for real. 我们必须判断是否该开枪，何时该开枪，就像警察真实地面对此情此景时必须做出判断一样。
8. When you're faced with an immediate temptation, remind yourself of your long-term goals — whether they be losing weight or getting a medical degree. 面临着唾手可得的诱惑，提醒自己别忘了自己的长远目标--不管它是什么，减肥也好，拿医学学位也好。
9. They were expecting their sixth child and were faced with even more pressing economic problems. 第6个孩子即将问世，他们面临着更为严峻的经济问题。
10. He faced formidable opposition in carrying out this policy. 在执行这一政策的过程中, 他遭到难以抵挡的反对。