in your face Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"in your face" in British English

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in your face

slang shocking and ​annoying in a way that is ​difficult to ​ignore: dancemusic that is ​aggressive, ​sexy, and in ​your face

in-your-faceadjective

(also in-yer-face) uk   us   /ˌɪn.jəˈfeɪs/ informal
used to ​describe something done in a ​forceful way that ​intends to ​shockpeople: in-your-face ​televisionadvertising
(Definition of in your face from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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in your face

slangrudelyannoying someone: One of the managers is always in my face.

in your face

slangbehaving or done in a ​direct, often ​rude way that is ​annoying and cannot be ​ignored: If you don’t ​tell them to get ​lost, they’ll be back in your ​facefaster than you ​know it.
(Definition of in your face from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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