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
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The UConn bus was sent on its way with a warning, soon arriving on 57th street, these coaches putting in face time that truly mattered to a couple hundred fans.
The book club patron who has read the book electronically still wants the face time with other readers.
This loud ovation for random-guy-in-a-shirt draws an even louder response than when Boston's own Donnie Wahlberg gets face time on the big screen.
The amount of face time Pompeo has had with Kim rivals even that of most Asian leaders, apart from the Chinese.
It is caused by bacteria spreading through the air and usually only spreads between people who spend lots of face-to-face time together.
This is just what the city needs: The Orioles are 9-27, and our top cop could face time in Allenwood.
Individuals will receive face-to-face time with hiring managers from a variety of different companies.
Facebook has been trying to clean up that mess with sweeping changes to its data policies, plus lots and lots of public face time for Zuckerberg.
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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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