let's face it
- we must accept the truth of this.
Let's face it, he was a big hunk of a man and a good-looking guy.Related vocabulary: get real
Lots of people do not read for pleasure and, face it, not all the books you have to read are ones you would choose.
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let's face it — (or let s be honest) informal used to convey that one must be realistic about an unwelcome fact or situation let s be honest, your taste in men is famously bad * * * (let s) face it used to say that something is true and cannot be denied Face it … Useful english dictionary
(let's) face it — (let’s) face it spoken phrase used before saying something that people might not want to accept, although it is true Let’s face it, unless we plan ahead we are going to be in trouble. Thesaurus: ways of emphasizing that something is true or… … Useful english dictionary
Let's Face It — For other uses, see Let s Face It (disambiguation). Let s Face It Studio album by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones … Wikipedia
Let's Face It! — Infobox Musical name= Let s Face It! subtitle= caption= music= Cole Porter lyrics= Cole Porter book= Herbert Dorothy Fields basis= productions= 1941 Broadway awards= Let s Face It! is a musical with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and a book by… … Wikipedia
let's face it — v. let us be realistic, let s be practical … English contemporary dictionary
Let's Face the Music — Album par Shirley Bassey Sortie 15 décembre 1962 … Wikipédia en Français
Let's Face It (disambiguation) — Let s Face It may refer to:* Let s Face It! , a 1941 musical with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and a book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields * Let s Face It (film), a 1943 film based on the musical, starring Bob Hope, Betty Hutton, Zasu Pitts and… … Wikipedia
Let's Face it I'm Wrong Again — is a power pop song originally written by Squeeze singer songwriters Chris Difford and Glen Tilbrook, but most famousy recorded by Rockpile on their Seconds of Pleasure album.The songwriters Difford and Tilbrook named it Wrong Again (Let s Face… … Wikipedia
Let's Face the Music and Dance — is a notable song, written by Irving Berlin for the film Follow the Fleet (1936), where it was introduced by Fred Astaire and featured in a celebrated dance duet with Astaire and Ginger Rogers. It is also used in Pennies from Heaven (1981 film),… … Wikipedia
let*/*/*/ — [let] (past tense and past participle let) verb 1) [T] to allow something to happen, or to allow someone to do something Alice s mum won t let her come with us.[/ex] I stepped back and let him pass.[/ex] The large windows let in a lot of… … Dictionary for writing and speaking English