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face-to-face

adverb [before noun], adjective uk   us   /ˌfeɪs.təˈfeɪs/
B1 directly, meeting someone in the same place: We've spoken on the phone but never face-to-face. She came face-to-face with her attacker in the courtroom.
Translations of “face-to-face”
in Korean 대면하는…
in Arabic وَجها لِوجه…
in Portuguese cara a cara…
in Catalan cara a cara…
in Japanese 差し向かいの…
in Italian faccia a faccia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 面對面(的)…
in Russian лично, с глазу на глаз…
in Turkish yüz yüze, doğrudan, karşılıklı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 面对面(的)…
in Polish twarzą w twarz…
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