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confronted with/by

confront (sb by/with sth)
(verb, transitive) to face, meet, or deal with a difficult or unpleasant situation or person
面對,面臨;遭遇;直面,正視

As she left the court, she was confronted by angry crowds who tried to block her way.
她離開法庭時,憤怒的人群試圖攔住她的去路。
It’s an issue we’ll have to confront at some point, no matter how unpleasant it is.
不管它有多討厭,我們終究要面對這個問題。
I thought I would stay calm, but when I was confronted with/by the TV camera, I got very nervous.
我以爲我會保持鎮靜,可是面對電視鏡頭,我卻變得緊張萬分。

Source: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english-chinese-traditional/confront?q=confronted
Note: When referring to people or animals, most people say confronted by (e.g. I was confronted by a large dog). For other objects, usage varies from person to person between confronted by/with.

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