Definition of in-your-face in English:

in-your-face

Translate in-your-face into Spanish

adjective

informal
  • Blatantly aggressive or provocative; impossible to ignore or avoid.

    • ‘hard-boiled, in-your-face action thrillers’
    forceful, incisive, strong, powerful, vigorous, vivacious, zestful, animated, dynamic, enthusiastic, effective, impressive, striking, telling, influential, cogent, compelling, convincing, persuasive, eloquent, dramatic, passionate, graphic, vivid, moving, potent, authoritative, great, forcible, aggressive, irresistible, effectual

Pronunciation

in-your-face

/ˈin yər ˈˌfās/ /ˈɪn jər ˈˌfeɪs/

Origin

1970s from in your face, used as a derisive insult.