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What does say that to my face mean?

What does say that to my face mean?

If you say something unpleasant to someone’s face, you say it to them directly, when you are together: If you’ve got something to say, say it to my face. Present. all over somewhere idiom. attendance.

What does it mean to say face?

As a slang term, face has many senses. It can be a shortened form of the common retort, in your face! It can also refer to oral sex, or consuming something (like food or weed) quickly. In drag culture, serving or giving face is slang for delivering a powerful, fierce look.

What is a straight face?

: a face giving no evidence of emotion and especially of merriment lied with a straight face.

What does look straight in the eye mean?

: to look directly at (someone who is also looking at one) I wasn’t afraid to look him (right) in the eye and tell him just what I thought of him!

What is a good sentence for face?

“A face looked out through the window.” “Her face appeared in front of him.” “She made a face at her brother.” “His face grew angry as the meeting went on.”

What emotion is a straight face?

Straight face is defined as showing no expression or showing a solemn expression on your face instead of showing some emotion like laughter. An example of a straight face is the look you have when you try not to laugh at your bosses goofy tie. A facial expression showing no amusement or other emotion.

What do you call a serious face?

1 grave, humourless, long-faced, pensive, sedate, sober, solemn, stern, thoughtful, unsmiling.

Do you look someone in the eye or eyes?

COMMON If you look someone in the eye or look them in the eyes, you look at them directly, often to try to make them believe what you are saying. You can’t look me in the eye and tell me I didn’t play a good match out there. Note: You can also say that you look someone straight in the eye or eyes.

Why do we look at each other’s eyes?

If you’d like to deepen your bond with another person, try eye gazing. It involves staring into each other’s eyes for an extended amount of time. The practice can increase trust and intimacy, plus help you understand each other’s emotions. To start, try eye gazing with your partner for 30 seconds.