Faced onto - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
face on(to) (something) (redirected from faced onto)
face on(to) (something)
To look out onto something. Does our room really face onto the ocean? How lovely!
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face on(to) something
[for something] to have a view out onto something. The house faced onto the sea and provided a beautiful view of the incoming ships. Our office building does not face onto the street. We asked for a room that faces on the main square.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive
The shops which faced onto
Wood Street moved earlier in the summer.
There are also plans to reinstate some key lost features, such as the distinctive cupola and clock that faced onto
Having one centralised entrance opening onto St Paul's Square makes this one of the most impressive entrances in the city." The entrance had previously faced onto
Old Hall Street..
The Johnson Brothers factory, which originally faced onto
Eastwood Road, became part of the Wedgwood group in 1968.
Cantona, emerging stony faced onto
the car park, was more interested in making a getaway.