face to face

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Englisch - Türkisch
yüz yüze

İki adam yüz yüze görüştüler. - Two men met face to face.

İki âşık yüz yüze oturdular,çay içtiler. - The two lovers sat face to face, drinking tea.

karşı karşıya

Öğretmen ve ben karşı karşıya oturduk. - The teacher and I sat down face to face.

Ben anne ve babamın katili ile karşı karşıyaydım. - I was face to face with my parents' murder.

karşılıklı olarak
in face of
yüzün içinde
Englisch - Englisch
in person; directly; in the physical presence of somebody

He sounds intimidating over the phone, but if you meet him face to face you will find he is a friendly enough fellow.

involving close contact; confronting each other; "the boy and the policeman suddenly came face-to-face at the corner"; "they spoke facel to face
in person (as opposed to by telephone, etc.)
in face of
eyeball to eyeball
While physically present
In one another's presence
a face-to-face meeting, conversation etc is one where you are with another person and talking to them
A course where the instructor and the students are present in the classroom (or at community sites such as high schools, community centers, etc ) The instructor may use multiple media, including videotapes, the Internet, etc , to deliver the course in person
Traditional class setting where all students meet synchronously
A face-to-face transaction is one at which the cardholder was present This is usually evidenced by the action of swiping a card through a terminal but may also be evidenced with a signed, imprinted draft (See "Imprinter ") Top of page
within each other's presence; "she met the president face-to-face"
directly facing each other; "the two photographs lay face-to-face on the table"; "lived all their lives in houses face-to-face across the street"; "they sat opposite at the table
in each other's presence; "a face-to-face encounter"
face to face

    Türkische aussprache

    feys tı feys


    /ˈfās tə ˈfās/ /ˈfeɪs tə ˈfeɪs/


    [ 'fAs ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French, from Vulgar Latin facia, from Latin facies make, form, face, from facere to make, do; more at DO.


    ... face to face to face. ...
    ... your fans, talking face to face. ...

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