n. 英 [fəˈsɑːd] 美 [fəˈsɑːd]
the front of a building
2.[usually sing.] （虚假的）表面，外表
the way that sb/sth appears to be, which is different from the way sb/sth really is
She managed to maintain a façade of indifference.
1.Squalor and poverty lay behind the city's glittering façade.
2.Burundi's leaders say the country is stable and the streets are bustling with daily life. But behind that facade some residents say that people are living in fear that the upcoming election could be bloody. 布隆迪领导人声称国家形势稳定，人民生活日趋繁荣。但是在那个表象的背后，一些居民表示大家担忧即将到来的选举可能会导致流血。
3.Behind the facade they are just like the rest of us
4.The cathedral was eventually completed in 1490, though the Gothic facade remains unfinished
5.Throughout her life she has hidden her insecurities behind a facade of, at times, overweening selfconfidence.
6.Proposed glazing types and areas, and facade design;
7.A double facade solves not only zoning rules requirements but also energetic, fire-resistant and acoustic insulation ones.
8.This article described a way to provide a facade interface for enterprise services.
9.A Facade JavaBean component can be used for invoking multiple enterprise services and JavaBean components.
10.The facade is an abstract collection of Chinese characters with Swiss simplicity, which hidesthe steel structure.