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English definition


  • 1. the immediate proximity of someone or something;

    • "she blushed in his presence"
    • "he sensed the presence of danger"
    • "he was well behaved in front of company"
  • 2. the side that is forward or prominent

  • 3. the side that is seen or that goes first

  • 4. a sphere of activity involving effort;

    • "the Japanese were active last week on the diplomatic front"
    • "they advertise on many different fronts"
  • 5. the line along which opposing armies face each other

  • 6. a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals;

    • "he was a charter member of the movement"
    • "politicians have to respect a mass movement"
    • "he led the national liberation front"
  • 7. (meteorology) the atmospheric phenomenon created at the boundary between two different air masses

  • 8. a person used as a cover for some questionable activity

  • 9. the outward appearance of a person;

    • "he put up a bold front"
  • 10. the part of something that is nearest to the normal viewer;

    • "he walked to the front of the stage"


  • 1. be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point; be opposite to;

    • "The house looks north"
    • "My backyard look onto the pond"
    • "The building faces the park"
  • 2. confront bodily;

    • "breast the storm"


  • 1. relating to or located in the front;

    • "the front lines"
    • "the front porch"
  • 2. located anteriorly

Example sentences

  • It's the lunatic fringe of the Animal Liberation Front which smashes the windows of butchers'shops, not ordinary members like us.

  • There is an old pine tree in front of the house.

  • A crowd of people were waiting in front of the gate.

  • This firm is just a front for their illegal trade in diamonds.

  • The troops have been sent to somewhere at the front.

  • The front of the house had been sprayed with white paint.

  • The precipice darkles in front.

  • Most coats, jackets or blouses button at the front.

  • It's safest to keep a good distance behind in case the car in front suddenly stops.

  • He resolutely went back to the front.

  • He was ordered to the front.

  • They were hurried to the front.

  • It is not lawful to park in front of a hydrant.

  • She stared blankly at the brick wall in front of her.

  • A wide stretch of land spread in front of us.

  • We club together for the purpose of raising funds for the front.

  • The car waited at the front entrance.

  • The enemy front has crumbled.

  • She was lost in contemplation of the scene in front of her.

  • The opposition parties can only defeat the government if they present a united front.

  • The audience in the front rows made room for the late comers.

  • We just slobbed out in front of the telly last night.

  • She plonked herself down in front of the telly.

  • There are a lot of difficulties in front of us, yet we still have faith in victory.

  • The soldiers have got their equipment up to the front line.

  • The front wheel of the bicycle was out of shape.

  • That battle took a heavy toll of the Taiping troops for they were attacked front and rear.

  • the front row of the stalls

  • a front tyre

  • The children were playing in the yard at the front of the school.

Phrase collocation

  • front of house

    the parts of a theatre in front of the proscenium arch

  • in front

    in a position just ahead of or further forward than someone or something else

    • the car in front stopped suddenly.

    on the part or side that normally first presents itself to view

    • a house with a wide porch in front.

  • in front of

    in a position just ahead or at the front part of someone or something else

    • the lawn in front of the house.

    in the presence of

    • the teacher didn't want his authority challenged in front of the class.

  • out front

    (chiefly N. Amer.)at or to the front; in front

    • two station wagons stopped out front.

  • front and center

    In the most prominent position.



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