Student or Learner
Where should I use word "face-off"? What is the meaning of this word?
When should I use this word?In what context do I need to use it?
Is there any difference between face-off and face off?
Is is possible to get some phrases which has this word in it?I mean some examples!
Hi! Welcome to the forums. I'm not a teacher.
Here're the definition and example sentences from Cambridge Dictionaries Online.
face off American
if two people or two groups face off, they disagree about something and start to fight or oppose each other
Increasingly, doctors and insurance companies are facing off over health care. [often + over]
Amy and Mary Jo faced off in the street ready to fight.Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Pressface-off mainly American
an angry face-off between the neighbors [usually singular]
Hope this helps.