face-to-face


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face-to-face

(jargon, chat)
(F2F, IRL) Used to describe personal interaction in real life as opposed to via some digital or electronic communications medium.
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The psychiatrist alternated face-to-face and telepsychiatry days.
Among married men, those in the polling booth surveys were more likely than those in the face-to-face interviews to report having used a condom at last sex with their first spouse (25% vs.
About 79 per cent of Emirati businessmen and women state that face-to-face meetings are better for building long-term trust and ensuring strong client relationships than virtual meetings and more than two thirds (65 per cent) reported that the number of virtual meetings they attended had increased in the past five to 10 years, demonstrating that the value of face-to-face meetings is being overlooked in favour of cost and time-saving technologies, such as video conferencing.
The trouble is that most networkers (and accountants, generally) get into a comfort zone and tend to stick with what they know - and for many networkers that means being blinkered and choosing face-to-face or social networking.
Best4Glasses managing director Trevor Homer said: "As a nation we are becoming increasingly reliant on communication through technology rather than face-to-face and this is impacting on our self-confidence.
British Airways strongly believes face-to-face interaction with global stakeholders is a critical tool to help entrepreneurs and small businesses build ongoing, mutually beneficial business relationships abroad, effectively supporting U.
Still, even in the upper level face-to-face classroom, less than 25% of the students seemed to be participating.
The feasibility and possible benefits of changing the board meeting schedule from six face-to-face meetings annually to four face-to-face plus three conference call meetings was discussed.
The final rule, published in the Federal Register, requires a face-to-face evaluation, but also extends the time allowed to submit the prescription and other paperwork to the supplier from 30 days to 45.
Detailed information pertaining to face-to-face encounters with the police includes the reason for and outcome of the contact, resident opinion on officer behavior during the incident, and whether police used or threatened force.
Face-To-Face With The Duck by Pascale Hedelin is an informative picturebook for young readers about the ecology and life cycle of ducks.