cara a cara


cara a cara
cara a cara
face to face
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= face-to-face [face to face], face-to-face [face to face], double-faced, head-to-head, confrontational, one-on-one, eyeball-to-eyeball, eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation, in person
Ex. This may help to improve the service librarians can give face to face with clients.
Ex. This may help to improve the service librarians can give face to face with clients.
Ex. Information desks should be sited near the library entrance, be multi-staffed, designed for double-faced seating and easy use of microfilm readers and AV materials.
Ex. The database will compete head-to-head with other information providers by making information freely available on the Internet.
Ex. The authors report on a case study that highlights the problems of applying such a confrontational method in an Eastern culture, such as Hong Kong.
Ex. The one-on-one training pattern predominates and is effective at this institution where education in the singular is stressed.
Ex. Last night the Israeli prime minister announced that after nine days of eyeball-to-eyeball negotiations, he'd had enough and was going home.
Ex. For Miller, though, two decades of eyeball-to-eyeball confrontations with the new chairman are proof enough.
Ex. Telephone reference services have become problematic in recent years due to increased volume of patron demand, both in person and on the telephone.
* * *
= face-to-face [face to face], face-to-face [face to face], double-faced, head-to-head, confrontational, one-on-one, eyeball-to-eyeball, eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation, in person

Ex: This may help to improve the service librarians can give face to face with clients.

Ex: This may help to improve the service librarians can give face to face with clients.
Ex: Information desks should be sited near the library entrance, be multi-staffed, designed for double-faced seating and easy use of microfilm readers and AV materials.
Ex: The database will compete head-to-head with other information providers by making information freely available on the Internet.
Ex: The authors report on a case study that highlights the problems of applying such a confrontational method in an Eastern culture, such as Hong Kong.
Ex: The one-on-one training pattern predominates and is effective at this institution where education in the singular is stressed.
Ex: Last night the Israeli prime minister announced that after nine days of eyeball-to-eyeball negotiations, he'd had enough and was going home.
Ex: For Miller, though, two decades of eyeball-to-eyeball confrontations with the new chairman are proof enough.
Ex: Telephone reference services have become problematic in recent years due to increased volume of patron demand, both in person and on the telephone.


Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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