Face-time



noun
1.
a brief appearance on television.
2.
a brief face-to-face meeting, especially with someone important.
3.
a face-to-face meeting with a person one knows only from phone conversations, email correspondence, etc.
noun
1.
the time spent dealing with someone else face to face, esp in a place of work

noun phrase

Time spent face-to-face or in close proximity, esp with persons useful to one’s career: Getting ‘face time,’ as insinuating your way into a photograph with the President is known/ He recently spent some ”face time” chatting with his new pig (1990s+)

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