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dear teachers, please explain. 1. take sth at face value. 2. put a spin on sth
Hi Lalda: look at this definition
I answered the other question earlier today.Accept from its outward appearance, as in You can't always take a manufacturer's advertisements at face value; they're bound to exaggerate. Literally this idiom has referred to the monetary value printed on a bank note, stock certificate, bond, or other financial instrument since the 1870s. The figurative usage is from the late 1800s.