Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Faze"

The meaning of "Faze" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa faze?
A: It means to surprise or scare.

“Blood doesn’t faze me” - I’m not scared of blood

“John was unfazed” - John didn’t care. John wasn’t surprised.
Q: O que significa “Doesn’t faze you in least.”?
A: Hm, the sentence should be “doesn’t faze you in the least.”
To faze: To disturb, upset of confuse a person, usually a person with a stable composure.
In the least: Adverb-At all.

The meaning of this sentence is that something threatens to bother someone, and make them emotional, removing their stoic disposition or stable composure. But the threat has no effect whatsoever, as the person essentially treats it with indifference.
Q: O que significa faze?
A: To disturb, disconcert (worry), embarass or bother.

But it depends on the situation in the sentence


Anna's slap didn't even faze Helen.

Basically, Helen is unbothered by Anna's slap. In a simpler word, Helen does not care/does not show any expression when Anna slapped her.
Q: O que significa "faze out"?
A: I think that the right thing to say is phase out. To faze is to disturb, bother, or embarrass, but a phase is a stage or step.
Phase out- to discontinue or withdraw gradually, to gradually eliminate or remove someone or something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "phase" and "out."

Example sentences using "Faze"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com faze .
A: You can use faze as "thrown off"
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com faze out ) .
A: Hey it’s important to be careful so there are ‘faze’ and ‘phase’ which are pronounced the same way.

A phase (the noun) is a stage.

Phase out is a proper terms which means it was slowly gotten rid of:

“The old product was phased out in the 1920s”

To faze is to be bothered, disturbed

“The haunted house didn’t faze me, it wasn’t even scary”

As far as I know people often say to faze out as in to lose focus. I’m not 100% if it’s spelled faze or phase but I think it’s faze. It’s quite informal.

“I’m so sorry I completely fazed out I didn’t hear a word you said”

“The lesson was so dull that I fazed out completely for the forty minutes I was in there”

Synonyms of "Faze" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre faze e worry ?
A: Faze means to frighten or cause hesitation; to daunt while worry gives way to anxiety or unease and allow one's mind to dwell on difficulty or troubles.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre faze e phase ?

Faze and phase are homophones, which means their pronunciation are identical yet their spellings and meanings are different. Faze is a verb that means to disturb or bother someone.

• Surprisingly, learning that his mother had been stealing from him didn't faze him.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre faze e confuse e disconcert ?
A: @Christine0724 “Confuse” means you don’t understand something.
“Economics confuses me.”
It also has a separate meaning of mixing two things up; to mistakenly think that A is B, and B is A.
“You’re confusing me with my brother.”

“Disconcert” means that you don’t like how something feels (maybe because you don’t understand it). It makes you feel a little bad or nervous; you don’t like it.
“Your cat is staring at me...that’s really disconcerting.”

“Faze” is informal slang. It’s usually used in the negative (“That doesn’t faze me”), with the meaning of “It’s no problem” or “It doesn’t bother me.”
“Speaking in front of a crowd doesn’t faze her at all.”

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