[ feys-tuh-feys ]
/ ˈfeɪs təˈfeɪs /
with the fronts or faces toward each other, especially when close together.
involving close contact or direct opposition: a face-to-face confrontation of adversaries.
noting, relating to, or promoting interaction that takes place in person, as opposed to online interaction or electronic communications: face-to-face classrooms. Abbreviation: f2f, F2F
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Origin of face-to-face
Middle English word dating back to 1300–50
Words nearby face-to-face
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