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in-your-face

adjective (also in-yer-face) uk   us   /ˌɪn.jəˈfeɪs/ informal
used to describe something done in a forceful way that intends to shock people: in-your-face television advertising
Translations of “in-your-face”
in Chinese (Traditional) 駭人的…
in Russian вызывающе агрессивный…
in Turkish zorla, şok eden, göz önünde…
in Chinese (Simplified) 骇人的…
in Polish drapieżny, bezpardonowy…
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