Examples of face time in a Sentence
He hoped to get more face time with the president.
Some bosses think lots of face time is a sign of loyalty to the company.
a celebrity who has been getting a lot of face time
Recent Examples of face time from the Web
One in four respondents said managers who insisted on some face time with remote employees were more successful.
But still all sound, no face time via FaceTime, no WhatsApp or emojis.
Gutierrez won his sixth straight Halloween episode with a Moana-themed face time.
For the second time in less than a month, the Hurricanes got some face time with Briggs.
Yeah, Dad, Grandpa John had some face time with God, for real, up in heaven.
Students also got face time with SpaceX engineers, who helped them prepare for various technical tests before the weekend race.
When the Indiana Republican hitched a ride to Indianapolis with President Trump for Trump’s tax reform speech Wednesday, Young took advantage of the face time with the president to lobby for federal funding for Indiana infrastructure projects.
Frequent face time with senior leaders feeds both men’s and women’s ambitions to climb to the top, Lean In and McKinsey found, yet women were less likely to report having such interactions.
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First Known Use of face time
FACE TIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of face time for English Language Learners
: time spent meeting with someone
: time spent at the place where you work especially before or after normal working hours
: the amount of time someone spends appearing on television
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