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face-off British & World English

A direct confrontation between two people or groups

face off British & World English

Take up an attitude of confrontation, especially at the start of a fight or game

off one's face British & World English

Very drunk or under the influence of illegal drugs

face off in face British & World English

Take up an attitude of confrontation, especially at the start of a fight or game

cut off one's nose to spite one's face British & World English

Disadvantage oneself through a wilful attempt to gain an advantage or assert oneself

off one's face in face British & World English

Very drunk or under the influence of illegal drugs

the face of the earth British & World English

Used for emphasis, to refer to the existence or disappearance of someone or something

the face of the earth in face British & World English

Used for emphasis, to refer to the existence or disappearance of someone or something

cut off one's nose to spite one's face in nose British & World English

Disadvantage oneself through a wilful attempt to gain an advantage or assert oneself