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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperson-to-personˌperson-to-ˈperson adjective [only before noun]  involving communication between people Email provides a way of sending person-to-person messages almost instantaneously.
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person-to-personSometimes, such defences can be almost impossible to break down on a person-to-person level.One of the main problems about person-to-person poisoning, Henry had found, was its very intimacy.Animal experiments suggest that a high dose is required, and the fact that there is no person-to-person spread supports this view.For ethical reasons, experimental proof of direct person-to-person transmission is not feasible.
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