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  • Faze FM — Radio Ltd was the owner of two United Kingdom radio stations in the North of England. It operated Kiss 102 in Manchester and Kiss 105 in Yorkshire from 1994 to 1997. In 1997, both stations were acquired by Chrysalis Group (now Global Radio) and… …   Wikipedia

  • faze — (f[=a]z), v. t. To cause to become disconcerted or disturbed. A variant form of {Feeze}. The perpetual need to learn new software doesn t faze him. [1913 Webster +PJC ] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Faze TV — fut un projet de chaîne de télévision britannique, dédiée à un public gay. Prévue d émettre dans le courant du mois de septembre 2005, le projet fut officiellement abandonné le 8 septembre, les fonds nécessaires à sa diffusion étant insuffisants …   Wikipédia en Français

  • faze — [feız] v [T] informal [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: feeze to drive away, frighten , from Old English fesian] if a new or difficult situation fazes you, it makes you feel confused or shocked, so that you do not know what to do ▪ John was embarrassed,… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Faze TV — may refer to: * A television series in Canada aimed at teenaged girls. * A planned (and then later scrapped) British TV Channel aimed at the LBGT community …   Wikipedia

  • faze — [ feız ] verb transitive INFORMAL to make someone feel confused, shocked, or upset …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • faze — 1830, Amer.Eng. variant of Kentish dialect feeze to frighten, alarm, discomfit (mid 15c.), from O.E. fesian, fysian drive away, from P.Gmc. *fausjanan (Cf. Swed. fösa drive away, Norw. föysa). Related: Fazed; fazing …   Etymology dictionary

  • faze — disconcert, discomfit, rattle, *embarrass, abash Analogous words: nonplus, confound, dumbfound, perplex, mystify, *puzzle: *confuse, muddle: fluster, flurry, perturb, *discompose …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • faze — means ‘to disconcert, disturb’ and is used informally in mainly negative contexts: • It is a pretty daunting prospect going on stage for forty minutes but it does not seem to have fazed her S. Stone, 1989 • The one thing I am not going to do is… …   Modern English usage

  • faze — [v] embarrass abash, annoy, appall, bother, confound, confuse, daunt, discomfit, disconcert, discountenance, dismay, dumbfound, horrify, irritate, muddle, mystify, nonplus, perplex, puzzle, rattle, vex; concepts 7,19 …   New thesaurus

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