Faze is that little word that we often meant to write when we accidentally write phase, which sounds exactly the same and is nearly 70 times more common:
This word might have come from an Old English one meaning "to drive away."
"De Ligt became the most expensive defender in Serie A history when he completed a 75 million euro ($85 million) transfer from Ajax. But the teen is not fazed at the price tag. 'Of course, when a club buys you for a big amount of money, there's a lot of pressure, but pressure is normal in football,' De Ligt said."
Explain the meaning of "faze" without saying "unnerve" or "rattle."
Fill in the blanks: "(Someone) was unfazed by (some specific thing that's loud, crazy, painful, awkward, embarrassing, or disturbing). In fact, (he/she) was unfazed by (that kind of thing) in general."
Spend 20 seconds or more on the game below. Don’t skip straight to the review—let your working memory empty out first.
1. The opposite of FAZE is
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