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With the personal presence or action of the individual specified.‘he had to pick up his welfare check in person’
physically, in the flesh, personally, bodily, actuallyView synonyms
- ‘It's fair to say that signing these letters in person is the least that can be expected of a Secretary of Defence.’
- ‘Anyone wishing to make representations to the inquiry in person must attend the inquiry on the first day.’
- ‘We hope that one day we can meet to thank you in person, and better articulate our feelings.’
- ‘A few days later I went in person to report that two parcels had gone missing.’
- ‘The cyclists who objected to the scheme presented their views in person to the inquiry.’
- ‘Otherwise people can go there in person and pay a visit to the kids since the center is not that far.’
- ‘His thesis is undoubtedly better presented in person rather than in the context of a dry academic paper.’
- ‘I do not usually have discussions like this in person because they do not yield much.’
- ‘There's also an added bonus for people, like myself, who're extremely shy in person.’
- ‘There are just some things that might be easier to say in writing than in person.’
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