The exterior form or appearance of anything; that part which presents itself to the view; especially, the front or upper part or surface; that which particularly offers itself to the view of a spectator.
The principal dressed surface of a plate, disk, or pulley; the principal flat surface of a part or object.
That part of the acting surface of a cog in a cog wheel, which projects beyond the pitch line.
The upper surface, or the character upon the surface, of a type, plate, etc.
Outside appearance; surface show; look; external aspect, whether natural, assumed, or acquired.
To cover with better, or better appearing, material than the mass consists of, for purpose of deception, as the surface of a box of tea, a barrel of sugar, etc.
To make the surface of (anything) flat or smooth; to dress the face of (a stone, a casting, etc.); esp., in turning, to shape or smooth the flat surface of, as distinguished from the cylindrical surface.
The exposed portion of cast stone after it is installed.
The flat surface portion of a polyhedron.
Faces or surfaces are both terms used within I-DEAS to designate a surface on a part. Faces are labeled with an F prefix (F160).
A flat surface of a three-dimensional figure.
The “face” of a wood floor is the exposed surface.
The end of a drift, crosscut or stope in which work is progressing. Or The exposed area of a coal bed from which coal is being extracted.
The hitting surface of the racquet, the plane formed by the racquet strings.
One of the plane surfaces of a polyhedron bounded by edges
any of the flat sides of a polyhedron.
This refers to the large surface area of an electric guitar generally regarded as the "front" of the instrument. This is the surface to which the sides, fretboard, and neck are attached. It is, in large measure, the source of a guitar's amplified tone (especially with piezo and contact pickups).
In most chalcids the entire frontal surface of the head below the anterior ocellus and between and below the eyes to the mouth margin; in Mymaridae a similar region but below the transverse suture and between the preorbital sutures. [drawing][photo
The plane surface of a polyhedron.
The two widest planes in a piece of lumber
A plane of rock.
a part of a surface of a 3-D object defined on the computer by three or four vertices. Objects are collections of faces and/or vertices
The broad surface of a tile which contains the pips and bar.
(1) The front or facade of a structure. (2) The positioning of a structure, [as to front (face) the ocean]. (3) To surface or cover the front or outer surface of an object. (4) The outside or main appearance of the surface of an object.
(1) A flat surface on a 3-dimensional shape.
One of the natural surfaces that develop on a crystal during the growth process. Often called a "natural face".
one of the flat surfaces of a polyhedron
One of the surfaces an artefact may possess - see Dorsal and Ventral.
An exposed side of a wall, hedge or bank.
Single or multi-ply joined, spliced veneer surface which will be visible after application. Also called lay-ons.
the striking or working surface of an implement
a surface forming part of the outside of an object; "he examined all sides of the crystal"; "dew dripped from the face of the leaf"
the side upon which the use of a thing depends (usually the most prominent surface of an object); "he dealt the cards face down"
a vertical surface of a building or cliff
turn so as to expose the face; "face a playing card"
cover the front or surface of; "The building was faced with beautiful stones"
A plane surface of a three-dimensional figure.
The surface of the clubhead that strikes the ball.
The exposed part of a frame parallel to the face of the wall.
The exposed surface of a stone with its specified finish.
The surface of the bow that faces the archer.
A working place from which coal or mineral is extracted. The exposed surface of coal or other mineral deposit in the working place where mining, winning, or getting is proceeding.
Either of the two wide surfaces of a board.
Area of a coal bed that exposed from which coal is extracted.
The surface area on an outdoor unit where advertising copy is displayed. A unit may have more than one face.
the front, outer, or upper surface
Solid surface of coal being worked on
In Parasitica, the anterior surface of the head between the eyes from the ventral margin of the toruli to the oral cavity, excluding the clypeus; in Symphyta and Aculeata, the anterior surface of the head between the eyes from the ocelli to the oral cavity, including the clypeus.
refers to that section of the coal seam currently being mined or developed
The surface exposed by excavation; a working place from which coal or mineral is extracted.
The exposed portion of stone. The word face can also be used when referring to the edge treatment on various cutting stock materials.
The exposed portion of a stone; also refers to the edge treatment on various cutting stock materials.
exposed outer surface, particularly a bastion’s wall between its salient angle and flank.
Surface of the window frame which is (typically) parallel to the window and wall. Or, the moulding around the window which faces the room.
The outermost surface of section of a holster, scabbard or belt, usually the grain side of tanned leather.
The term used to describe the surfaces of the glass in numerical order from the exterior to the interior. The exterior surface is always referred to as face 1. For a double-glazed unit, the surface of the outer pane facing into the cavity is face 2, the surface of the inner pane facing into the cavity is face 3 and the internal surface of the inner pane is face 4.
Refers to the exposed portion of a stone.
1. The side of a wall covering that faces away from the framing; for example in an A-B plywood panel, the face would be the A side. 2. An exterior, exposed surface on a structure. 3. Any surface of a thing. 4. The outward appearance of anything.
1. (aka: "clubface") the hitting surface of the clubhead 2. the sloped surface of a bunker that is (usually) toward the player setting up for a shot. Example: 2. "The shot was right on line, but ended up buried in the face of the bunker."
The external surface of a structure, such as the surface of a dam.
Flat surface that is part of a polyhedron.
one of the plane surfaces bounding a three-dimensional figure (a side).
A side/plane of a polyhedron. A dice has 6 faces.
Installation of a veneer on the surface of a material.
1. The exposed surface of a wall or masonry unit. 2. The surface of a unit designed to be exposed in the finished masonry.
Unbroken front surface of a wave
The long surface of a brick to be exposed in a wall, or the exposed surface of a wall.
The surface of the main roof
A polygon bounding a polyhedron. A cube has six square faces.
The decorated surface of a sign; the area on which the copy and art is placed.
The surface area on a sign where advertising copy is displayed.
The surface of a coin, medal or token, referred to as the obverse or the reverse.
The hitting surface of a club head.
the front surface of a cricket bat. v.i. to be the striking batsman. v.i. to be the striking batsman in the act of waiting for the bowler to bowl. v.t. to be the striking batsman and have the ball approach after the bowler has released it. The batsman faced the ball and played it defensively.
The hitting area or surface of the club head.
The surface of flooring having the higher quality that is exposed to view after installation.
1. The front or faÃ§ade. 2. The exposed surface of a wall. 3. The long narrow side of a brick; the exposed surface of a wall or masonry unit. 4. The surface designed to be left exposed to view. 5. The more or less vertical surface of rock exposed by blasting or excavating, or the cutting end of a drill hole; an edge of rock used as a starting point in figuring drilling and blasting. 6. See Steel Square.
The surface of a billboard on which the advertising message is displayed. One billboard structure may have more than one face.
The region between the anterior margin of the compound eyes, from the lower margin of the ocelli to the bottom of the clypeus (Goulet and Huber, 1993).
The front surface of an unbroken wave.
(a) A term used in brillianteering for the entire group of facets that can be placed won a diamond without reposition it in the dop; vis., two star facets and four upper-break facets or four lower-break facets. (b) In crystallography, a natural, plane surface on a crystal.
To expose the face value of a card.
A flat surface on a three-dimensional figure.
The surface of an outdoor media structure that displays the advertising message. One structure may have more than one face.