1. A meeting, especially a meeting between two people conducted in person as opposed to a meeting conducted at a distance through technology.
    • 2007, Dennis N. Griffin, Frank Cullotta, Dennis Arnoldy, Cullotta: The Life of a Chicago Criminal, Las Vegas Mobster and Government Witness, page 192:
      In an unprecedented move, Clifford went to Chicago to have a face-to-face with Tony's superiors.

face-to-face (not comparable)

  1. In one another's presence.
    a face-to-face meeting
Translations Adverb

face-to-face (not comparable)

  1. While physically present.

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