face time(redirected from face-times)
1. noun In-person interaction with someone. If only I could get some face time with one of those directors, I just know I could convince them to make my script into a movie.
2. verb, slang To video chat with someone using the app FaceTime. In this usage, the phrase is usually stylized as one word, like the app's name. I FaceTimed Tim earlier and he seems to be feeling better. I couldn't go home for Thanksgiving, so I FaceTimed my family instead.
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n. time spent face to face with someone. (As opposed to over the telephone or by email, etc.) I need to have more face time with my children.
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