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    in/on someone's face?


    Should it be 'in' or 'on' here?

    I told this in/on his face?

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    Re: in/on someone's face?

    "to his face"

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    Re: in/on someone's face?

    Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
    to someone's face
    : directly to someone ▪ If you have something to say about me, you should say it to my face. [=say it directly to me rather than to someone else]

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