face to face
This page is about the idiom face to face
Meaning: If people meet face to face, they meet in person in the real world.
- We became friends after meeting online in a chat room, but we've never actually met face to face.
- We always need to have a face-to-face interview with a job applicant before making a final decision.
This idiom is written with hyphens, as in "face-to-face", if it's used as an adjective in front of a noun or a noun phrase.
Monica and Sam first met face to face
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Contributor: Matt Errey