let's face it


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let's face it

We need to recognize the truth; we should face reality. Let's face it, Hannah, you never wanted to go on this trip. I'm not sure he has the right skill set for this position, and, let's face it, his interview was pretty poor.
See also: face

let's face it

let's be honest, admitting unpalatable facts.
2002 DVD Verdict There's never much need or reason to slow down and ponder characterization or plot – I mean, let's face it, this isn't Shakespeare.
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let’s ˈface it

(informal) we must accept the unpleasant facts; let’s be honest: Let’s face it — we just don’t have enough money to buy a new car.Let’s face it. He married her for her money, not for love.
See also: face