face-to-face definition

  • adjective:
    • Being in the existence of some other; facing: a face-to-face conversation.
    • in a single another's existence.
    • without intervening persons; involving direct interaction between people in each other's existence; -- of conversation or confrontation.
    • obtaining the front parts dealing with each other.
    • in each other's existence
    • Being into the existence of another; facing: a face-to-face conversation.
    • In one another's presence.
    • without intervening individuals; involving direct interaction between individuals in each other's presence; -- of discussion or confrontation.
    • having the forward parts facing one another.
    • in both's presence
  • adverb:
    • directly; straight: prefer to talk face-to-face than negotiate on the phone.
    • this good sense?) While physically present.
    • directly facing both
    • within each other's existence
    • face-to-face; straight: prefer to chat face-to-face than negotiate throughout the phone.
    • this feeling?) While actually present.
    • right facing one another
    • within one another's existence
  • noun:
    • a gathering, especially a meeting between two different people conducted directly instead of a gathering conducted far away through technology.
    • A meeting, specifically a meeting between a couple performed personally instead of a gathering performed far away through technology.

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