I want to express the idea that an event, which has been conducted as a virtual event for a while is now resuming back to a normal event where people actually meet. In other words, I want to emphasis that the event is not virtual/online.

The sentence I want to frame is something like -

Company XYZ is resuming ABC Meet (non-virtually)

Words I have considered onsite and physical. Neither sounded right to me. What is the best way to express this idea?


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The expression is in person:

by meeting with someone rather than talking on the phone, e-mailing, or writing to the person.

  • You must apply for the license in person.

in-person (adjective)

involving someone's physical presence rather than communication by phone, email, etc.:

  • an in-person interview/meeting/visit

(Cambridge Dictionary)

  • 2
    Also face-to-face.
    – Jim
    May 5 at 14:06

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