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    To show one's face

    Hi,

    Are there any differences in the sense of phrases To show one's face/ nose and To put in an appearance?

    I think, the first one is more colloquial, isn’t it?

    Thanks!

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    Re: To show one's face

    Quote Originally Posted by Olenek View Post
    Hi,

    Are there any differences in the sense of phrases To show one's face/ nose and To put in an appearance? No! They both essentially mean the same thing.

    I think, the first one is more colloquial, isn’t it? Yes! It is!

    Thanks!
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