face time


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face time

n.
Time spent interacting in the presence of or in the same location as another or others: puts in face time at the office each week.

face time

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the time spent dealing with someone else face to face, esp in a place of work

face′ time`


n.
1. a brief appearance on television.
2. a brief meeting, esp. with someone important.
3. a face-to-face meeting with a person one knows only from phone conversations, e-mail correspondence, etc.
[1975–80]

face time

The time spent in the physical presence of somebody as opposed to time spent communicating via email, instant messaging, or videoconferencing.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.face time - work time spent at the location of or in the presence of other people; "instead of working on the problem at home he devoted face time to it at the office"
work time - a time period when you are required to work
Translations

face time

n (US) → Zeit ffür ein persönliches Gespräch
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