In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cara a carafrente a frentewe finally came / met face to face — finalmente nos encontramos cara a cara
- I'd rather discuss it face to face — preferiría discutirlo cara a cara / frente a frente
- I found myself standing face to face with my worst enemy — de repente me encontré cara a cara / frente a frente con mi peor enemigo
- we were brought face to face with reality — tuvimos que enfrentarnos a la realidad
- With no time for face-to-face friendships she relies on e-mail.
- The site then sets up face-to-face meetings for those individuals to get together.
- The groups consisted of three people, some operating face-to-face, some operating online.
- It was no ordinary bus tour, but one that would bring him face-to-face with fans who had won a contest to be there with him.
- Who knows, if we all set up a web cam we will actually be able to sit down in our respective homes and have a face-to-face conversation.
- I'm just as neurotic in written conversations as I am in face-to-face ones.
- Although smallpox can be spread by air currents, close face-to-face contact is far more effective.
- Frankly, I'm pretty much as honest in face-to-face conversations, but not always.
- It is amazing how a quick face-to-face meeting or conversation can lead to great things down the road.
- Already we've reduced the amount of face-to-face contact in most institutions.
- Their face-to-face meeting during their weeks together developed into love.
- I only wish I could sit down with each person, face-to-face, and do these questions.
- Now, he hoped, technology could help people meet each other and build real face-to-face ties with people.
- In the office, emails and instant messaging are sending face-to-face meetings into extinction.
- Denise stared miserably at the screen, wishing it could be a face-to-face conversation.
- In this age of Internet, families still prefer face-to-face interaction.
- The on-screen conversations soon led to face-to-face meetings and social events.
- Council employees are being asked to pick up the telephone instead, or even engage in face-to-face conversations.
- Unlike the phone, or a face-to-face conversation, you don't need to answer right away on the internet.
- As a society, we are becoming less adept at talking face-to-face and conversational skills are suffering.
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