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Face | Definition of Face by Merriam-Webster

: face-to-face with : despite fearless in the face of danger to one’s face : in one’s presence or so that one is fully aware of what is going on If you have something to say about me, say it to my face .

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To face – Idioms by The Free Dictionary

Related to to face: face to face, to face the music to (one’s) face To one directly, often quite literally by speaking face to face, as opposed to indirect methods.

dict.cc Wörterbuch :: to face :: Englisch-Deutsch-Übersetzung

to face [turn the face] sehen [gucken, schauen] to face [coat, laminate] beschichten to face sb. jdn. konfrontieren auf jdn. treffensports to face sth. etw. abfasen [abkanten, abschrägen]tech. etw. planen [abflachen, abfasen]tech. vor etw. Dat. stehen einen Blick auf etw. Dat. richten etw. Dat. ins Auge sehen [fig.] to face [defy] Trotz bieten to face sth.

Face Synonyms, Face Antonyms | Thesaurus.com

Upon her face was still the amused look Percival had noted below. The face of the maid that served him had been no heaven for the souls of dead flowers. Her face was pitifully convulsed, and tears welled in her eyes. He forced himself to face them regularly as a penance and a corrective.

face – Dizionario inglese-italiano WordReference

face n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (surface) (superficie) faccia nf : I was the luckiest man on the face of the earth. Ero l’uomo più fortunato sulla faccia della terra. face n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (façade) facciata nf : The face of the house was covered in plaster.

Face-to-face | Definition of Face-to-face by Merriam-Webster

Face-to-face definition is – within each other’s sight or presence. How to use face-to-face in a sentence. within each other’s sight or presence; in or into direct contact or confrontation…

Face – definition of face by The Free Dictionary

Face like a picture of a knight, like one of that Round Table bunch —O. Henry; Face … like a piece of the out-of-doors come indoors: as holly-berries do —D. H. Lawrence; Face … like a pillow that has been much but badly slept on —Romain Gary; Face … like a predatory bird, beaked, grim-lipped —Wallace Stegner; Face like a raisin cookie.

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Medicare Home Health Face-to-Face Requirement

•The face -to-face encounter must occur within the 90 days prior to the start of home health care, or within the 30 days after the start of care •In situations when a physician orders home health care for the patient based on a new

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