adjective & adverb
- 1(Of two people) close together and facing each other: [as adjective]: a face-to-face conversation [as adverb]: the two men stood face-to-faceMore example sentences
- Although smallpox can be spread by air currents, close face-to-face contact is far more effective.
- Unlike the phone, or a face-to-face conversation, you don't need to answer right away on the internet.
- Frankly, I'm pretty much as honest in face-to-face conversations, but not always.
- 1.1 [as adverb] In direct confrontation: he brings his readers face-to-face with situations they would rather not confrontMore example sentences
- While the series was conceived as a way to bring Americans face-to-face with the reality of death, it did lose something of its impact as the show wore on.
- He has already spent the equivalent of six years travelling and his adventures have brought him face-to-face with many challenges.
- However, second generation migrants are brought face-to-face with the hypocrisies in any society.
More definitions of face-to-faceDefinition of face-to-face in:
- The US English dictionary