face-down
Adverb

face-down (not comparable)

  1. (of a person or object) In a manner such that the face, front, or surface which is normally directed forward for viewing is positioned downward.
    Antonyms: face-up
    She was sleeping face-down on the sofa.
    He placed the page face-down on the table so that we could not see its contents.
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