Perform an action or say something (usually negative) by getting very close and face to face with someone so they have to pay attention to you. It is intentionally intimidating.

While 'face to face' can be neutral or even natural, 'in his face' is aggressive, intrudes on personal space, and usually does not allow the person an escape route to avoid your action or statement.
'laugh in his face' means to laugh at someone, but not merely participate in laughter; it means that you approach him, get his attention, and let him know that you are laughing at him.

'Get in his face' means to get someone's attention directly, offensively, by physically putting your face close to theirs when you are speaking. The intent is to maintain his attention in such a way that he cannot look or walk away.
by JaceCar January 27, 2014
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similar to butter face (but her) but used when describing a male. Everything about him looks good but-his face
"hes got a bod but hes a but-his face"
by hncjo04 February 5, 2009
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to point out someone's mistake or failure quite crudely
teacher one to teacher two:
-this dumb-ass failed the exam again, he's so not getting promoted, I'm gonna go and rub it in his face
by ana von hindenburg October 29, 2010
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a word used to define some poor bastard you cant whose name you either a) cannot remember or
b) would much rather belittle by calling them whats-his-face

also see whatsisname
Link: man, that whats-his-face is such a prick.

Mud: lets kill him

Link: shouldn't we find who he is first?

mud: why the crap would we do that?
by Link the Wolf May 3, 2005
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what's his/her face?

another way of saying, what's his/her name. it tends to be used more in the northern states, replaced in the south by what' his/her name.

It also is commonly used to replace a person's name when you can't remember it.
Jenny, remember that guy...oh you know he's kinda tall. Oh, what's his face?

Jimmy. Way to be vague.
by Kassandra May 10, 2006
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Used in place of a person's name when you forget their name, but you think the person you're talking to knows who it is.
Billy- "Dad, is Mr. ... what's his face? ... taking you to the airport for your business trip, or do you need a ride?"

Dad- "Oh, Mr. Smith? No, actually I fired him this morning. Can you take me before you go to work?"

Billy- "Sure Dad, since you're the greatest!"
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An Australian term to describe a state of intoxication to a degree in which a person may not be able to maintain co-hearant speech
John was completely off his face last night, he just wouldn't stop drinking
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