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front

 (frŭnt)
n.
1. The forward part or surface, as of a building.
2. The area, location, or position directly before or ahead.
3. A position of leadership or superiority.
4. The forehead or face, especially of a bird or other animal.
5.
a. Demeanor or bearing, especially in the presence of danger or difficulty.
b. An outward, often feigned, appearance or manner: They put up a good front.
6.
a. Land bordering a lake, river, or street.
b. A promenade along the water at a resort.
7. A detachable part of a dress shirt covering the chest; a dickey.
8.
a. The most forward line of a combat force.
b. The area of contact between opposing combat forces; a battlefront.
9. Meteorology The interface between air masses of different temperatures or densities.
10. A field of activity: the economic front.
11.
a. A group or movement uniting various individuals or organizations for the achievement of a common purpose; a coalition.
b. A nominal leader lacking in real authority; a figurehead.
c. An apparently respectable person, group, or business used as a cover for secret or illegal activities.
12. Archaic
a. The first part; the beginning.
b. The face; the countenance.
adj.
1. Of, relating to, aimed at, or located in the front: the front lines; the front row; front property on Lake Tahoe.
2. Linguistics Designating vowels produced at or toward the front of the oral cavity, such as the vowels of green and get.
v. front·ed, front·ing, fronts
v.tr.
1. To look out on; face: a house that fronts the ocean.
2. To meet in opposition; confront.
3. To provide a front for.
4. To serve as a front for.
5. Music To lead (a group of musicians): "Goodman ... became the first major white bandleader to front an integrated group" (Bill Barol).
6. Informal To provide before payment: "In ... personal liability suits, a lawyer is fronting both time and money" (Richard Faille).
7. Linguistics To move (a word or phrase) to the beginning of a clause or sentence, typically for emphasis or contrast.
8. Linguistics To cause (a vowel) to be pronounced farther toward the front of the oral cavity.
v.intr.
1. To have a front; face onto something else: Her property fronts on the highway.
2. To provide an apparently respectable cover for secret or illegal activities: fronting for organized crime.
interj.
Used by a desk clerk in a hotel to summon a bellhop.
Idiom:
front and center
In the most prominent position.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin frōns, front-, forehead, front.]

front

(frʌnt)
n
1. that part or side that is forward, prominent, or most often seen or used
2. a position or place directly before or ahead: a fountain stood at the front of the building.
3. the beginning, opening, or first part: the front of the book.
4. the position of leadership; forefront; vanguard: in the front of scientific knowledge.
5. land bordering a lake, street, etc
6. land along a seashore or large lake, esp a promenade
7. (Military) military
a. the total area in which opposing armies face each other
b. the lateral space in which a military unit or formation is operating: to advance on a broad front.
c. the direction in which troops are facing when in a formed line
8. (Physical Geography) meteorol the dividing line or plane between two air masses or water masses of different origins and having different characteristics. See also warm front, cold front
9. outward aspect or bearing, as when dealing with a situation: a bold front.
10. assurance, overconfidence, or effrontery
11. informal a business or other activity serving as a respectable cover for another, usually criminal, organization
12. chiefly US a nominal leader of an organization, etc, who lacks real power or authority; figurehead
13. informal outward appearance of rank or wealth
14. a particular field of activity involving some kind of struggle: on the wages front.
15. a group of people with a common goal: a national liberation front.
16. (Clothing & Fashion) a false shirt front; a dicky
17. (Anatomy) archaic the forehead or the face
adj (prenominal)
18. of, at, or in the front: a front seat.
19. (Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics of, relating to, or denoting a vowel articulated with the blade of the tongue brought forward and raised towards the hard palate, as for the sound of ee in English see or a in English hat
20. on the front foot at an advantage, outclassing and outmanoeuvring one's opponents
vb
21. (when: intr, foll by on or onto) to be opposite (to); face (onto): this house fronts the river.
22. (tr) to be a front of or for
23. (Broadcasting) (tr) informal to appear as a presenter in (a television show)
24. (Music, other) (tr) to be the lead singer or player in (a band)
25. (tr) to confront, esp in hostility or opposition
26. (tr) to supply a front for
27. informal (often foll by: up) Austral and NZ to appear (at): to front up at the police station.
[C13 (in the sense: forehead, face): from Latin frōns forehead, foremost part]
ˈfrontless adj

front

(frʌnt)

n.
1. the foremost part or surface of anything.
2. the part or side of anything that faces forward: the front of a jacket.
3. the part or side of anything, as a building, that seems to look out or to be directed forward: We sat in the front of the restaurant.
4. any side or face, as of a house.
5. a facade, considered with respect to its architectural treatment or material: a cast-iron front.
6. a property line along a street or the like: a fifty-foot front.
7. a place or position directly before anything.
8. a position of leadership in a particular endeavor or field: She rose to the front of her profession.
9.
a. the foremost line or part of an army.
b. a line of battle.
c. the place where combat operations are carried on.
10. an area of activity, conflict, or competition: news from the business front.
11. land facing a road, river, etc.; frontage.
12. a distinguished person listed as an official of an organization for the sake of prestige but usu. inactive.
13. a person or thing that serves as a cover or disguise for some other activity, esp. one of a secret, disreputable, or illegal nature; a blind: The store was a front for gamblers.
14. outward impression of rank, position, or wealth.
15. bearing or demeanor in confronting anything: a calm front.
16. the forehead, or the entire face.
17. a coalition or movement to achieve a particular end, usu. political: the people's front.
18. an article of clothing worn over the breast, as a dickey.
19. an interface or zone of transition between two dissimilar air masses.
20.
a. the auditorium of a theater.
b. the business offices of a theater.
c. the front of the stage; downstage.
adj.
21. of or pertaining to the front.
22. situated in or at the front: front seats.
23. (of a speech sound) articulated with the tongue blade relatively far forward in the mouth, as either of the sounds of tea.
v.t.
24. to have the front toward; face: Our house fronts the lake.
25. to meet face to face; confront.
26. to face in opposition, hostility, or defiance.
27. to furnish or supply a front to: to front a building with sandstone.
28. to serve as a front to: A long, sloping lawn fronted their house.
29. to lead (a jazz or dance band).
v.i.
30. to have or turn the front in some specified direction: Our house fronts on the lake.
31. to serve as a cover or disguise for another activity, esp. something of a disreputable or illegal nature: The shop fronts for a narcotics ring.
interj.
32. (used to call or command someone to come, look, etc., to the front, as in an order to troops on parade or in calling a hotel bellboy to the front desk).
Idioms:
1. in front, in a forward place or position.
2. in front of,
a. ahead of.
b. outside the entrance of.
c. in the presence of.
3. out front,
a. outside the entrance.
b. ahead of competitors.
c. in or toward the theater audience or auditorium.
d. Informal. candidly; frankly.
4. up front, Informal.
a. in advance.
b. frank; open; direct.
[1250–1300; Middle English frount, front < Anglo-French, Old French < Latin frontem, acc. of frōns forehead, brow, front]
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cold front (left) and warm front (right)

front

(frŭnt)
The boundary between two air masses that have different temperatures. Fronts are often accompanied by rain or unsettled weather. See more at cold front, warm front.

front

1. The lateral space occupied by an element measured from the extremity of one flank to the extremity of the other flank.
2. The direction of the enemy.
3. The line of contact of two opposing forces.
4. When a combat situation does not exist or is not assumed, the direction toward which the command is faced.

front

1. 'front'

The front of a building is the part that faces the street or that has the building's main entrance.

There is a large garden at the front of the house.
I knocked on the front door.
2. 'in front of'

If you are between the front of a building and the street, you say that you are in front of the building.

A crowd had assembled in front of the court.
People were waiting in front of the art gallery.

Be Careful!
Don't use 'the' before front in sentences like these. Don't say, for example, 'People were waiting in the front of the art gallery'.

3. 'opposite'

If there is a street between you and the front of a building, don't say that you are 'in front of' the building. You say that you are opposite it.

The hotel is opposite a railway station.
Opposite is St Paul's Church.
There was a banner on the building opposite.

Speakers of American English usually say across from rather than 'opposite'.

Stinson has rented a home across from his parents.

front


Past participle: fronted
Gerund: fronting

Imperative
front
front
Present
I front
you front
he/she/it fronts
we front
you front
they front
Preterite
I fronted
you fronted
he/she/it fronted
we fronted
you fronted
they fronted
Present Continuous
I am fronting
you are fronting
he/she/it is fronting
we are fronting
you are fronting
they are fronting
Present Perfect
I have fronted
you have fronted
he/she/it has fronted
we have fronted
you have fronted
they have fronted
Past Continuous
I was fronting
you were fronting
he/she/it was fronting
we were fronting
you were fronting
they were fronting
Past Perfect
I had fronted
you had fronted
he/she/it had fronted
we had fronted
you had fronted
they had fronted
Future
I will front
you will front
he/she/it will front
we will front
you will front
they will front
Future Perfect
I will have fronted
you will have fronted
he/she/it will have fronted
we will have fronted
you will have fronted
they will have fronted
Future Continuous
I will be fronting
you will be fronting
he/she/it will be fronting
we will be fronting
you will be fronting
they will be fronting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fronting
you have been fronting
he/she/it has been fronting
we have been fronting
you have been fronting
they have been fronting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fronting
you will have been fronting
he/she/it will have been fronting
we will have been fronting
you will have been fronting
they will have been fronting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fronting
you had been fronting
he/she/it had been fronting
we had been fronting
you had been fronting
they had been fronting
Conditional
I would front
you would front
he/she/it would front
we would front
you would front
they would front
Past Conditional
I would have fronted
you would have fronted
he/she/it would have fronted
we would have fronted
you would have fronted
they would have fronted

front

The boundary between air masses that have contrasting temperature and humidity.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.front - the side that is forward or prominent
side, face - a surface forming part of the outside of an object; "he examined all sides of the crystal"; "dew dripped from the face of the leaf"
forefront, head - the part in the front or nearest the viewer; "he was in the forefront"; "he was at the head of the column"
back end, backside, rear - the side of an object that is opposite its front; "his room was toward the rear of the hotel"
2.front - the line along which opposing armies face each otherfront - the line along which opposing armies face each other
battlefield, battleground, field of battle, field of honor, field - a region where a battle is being (or has been) fought; "they made a tour of Civil War battlefields"
line - a fortified position (especially one marking the most forward position of troops); "they attacked the enemy's line"
3.front - the outward appearance of a person; "he put up a bold front"
appearance - a mental representation; "I tried to describe his appearance to the police"
4.front - the side that is seen or that goes first
fore, prow, bow, stem - front part of a vessel or aircraft; "he pointed the bow of the boat toward the finish line"
facade, frontage, frontal - the face or front of a building
face - the side upon which the use of a thing depends (usually the most prominent surface of an object); "he dealt the cards face down"
frontispiece - front illustration facing the title page of a book
nose - a front that resembles a human nose (especially the front of an aircraft); "the nose of the rocket heated up on reentry"
nose - the front or forward projection of a tool or weapon; "he ducked under the nose of the gun"
nose cone, ogive - front consisting of the conical head of a missile or rocket that protects the payload from heat during its passage through the atmosphere
shirtfront - the front of a shirt (usually the part not covered by a jacket); "he had spilled catsup on his shirtfront"
shopfront, storefront - the front side of a store facing the street; usually contains display windows
side - an extended outer surface of an object; "he turned the box over to examine the bottom side"; "they painted all four sides of the house"
back, rear - the side that goes last or is not normally seen; "he wrote the date on the back of the photograph"
5.front - a person used as a cover for some questionable activityfront - a person used as a cover for some questionable activity
beguiler, cheater, deceiver, trickster, slicker, cheat - someone who leads you to believe something that is not true
6.front - a sphere of activity involving effort; "the Japanese were active last week on the diplomatic front"; "they advertise on many different fronts"
arena, domain, sphere, orbit, area, field - a particular environment or walk of life; "his social sphere is limited"; "it was a closed area of employment"; "he's out of my orbit"
7.front - (meteorology) the atmospheric phenomenon created at the boundary between two different air masses
meteorology - the earth science dealing with phenomena of the atmosphere (especially weather)
atmospheric phenomenon - a physical phenomenon associated with the atmosphere
warm front - the front of an advancing mass of warmer air
cold front, polar front - the front of an advancing mass of colder air
occluded front, occlusion - (meteorology) a composite front when colder air surrounds a mass of warm air and forces it aloft
8.front - 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"
proximity - the region close around a person or thing
9.front - the part of something that is nearest to the normal viewer; "he walked to the front of the stage"
position, place - the particular portion of space occupied by something; "he put the lamp back in its place"
back, rear - the part of something that is furthest from the normal viewer; "he stood at the back of the stage"; "it was hidden in the rear of the store"
10.front - a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goalsfront - 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"
social group - people sharing some social relation
Fighting French, Free French - a French movement during World War II that was organized in London by Charles de Gaulle to fight for the liberation of France from German control and for the restoration of the republic
art movement, artistic movement - a group of artists who agree on general principles
Boy Scouts - an international (but decentralized) movement started in 1908 in England with the goal of teaching good citizenship to boys
Civil Rights movement - movement in the United States beginning in the 1960s and led primarily by Blacks in an effort to establish the civil rights of individual Black citizens
common front - a movement in which several individuals or groups with different interests join together; "the unions presented a common front at the bargaining table"
cultural movement - a group of people working together to advance certain cultural goals
ecumenism, oecumenism - a movement promoting union between religions (especially between Christian churches)
falun gong - a spiritual movement that began in China in the latter half of the 20th century and is based on Buddhist and Taoist teachings and practices
political movement - a group of people working together to achieve a political goal
reform movement - a movement intended to bring about social and humanitarian reforms
religious movement - a movement intended to bring about religious reforms
Zionist movement, Zionism - a movement of world Jewry that arose late in the 19th century with the aim of creating a Jewish state in Palestine
Verb1.front - 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"
lie - be located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position
face - be opposite; "the facing page"; "the two sofas face each other"
confront - be face to face with; "The child screamed when he confronted the man in the Halloween costume"
back - be in back of; "My garage backs their yard"
2.front - confront bodily; "breast the storm"
confront, face - oppose, as in hostility or a competition; "You must confront your opponent"; "Jackson faced Smith in the boxing ring"; "The two enemies finally confronted each other"
Adj.1.front - relating to or located in the front; "the front lines"; "the front porch"
anterior - of or near the head end or toward the front plane of a body
first - preceding all others in time or space or degree; "the first house on the right"; "the first day of spring"; "his first political race"; "her first baby"; "the first time"; "the first meetings of the new party"; "the first phase of his training"
fore - situated at or toward the bow of a vessel
back - related to or located at the back; "the back yard"; "the back entrance"

front

noun
1. head, start, lead, beginning, top, fore, forefront Stand at the front of the line.
2. exterior, facing, face, façade, frontage, anterior, obverse, forepart Attached to the front of the house was a veranda.
3. foreground, fore, forefront, nearest part the front of the picture
4. promenade, parade, boulevard, prom, esplanade a stroll on the front
5. front line, trenches, vanguard, firing line, van Her husband is fighting at the front.
7. (Informal) disguise, cover, screen, blind, mask, cover-up, cloak, façade, pretext a front for crime syndicates
adjective
1. foremost, at the front She is still missing her front teeth.
foremost back, behind, rear, aft, back end, hindmost, nethermost
2. leading, first, lead, head, foremost, topmost, headmost He is the front runner for the star role.
verb
1. face onto, overlook, look out on, have a view of, look over or onto Victorian houses fronting onto the pavement
2. lead, head, direct, command, head up He fronted a formidable band of guerilla fighters.
in front in advance, first, before, leading, ahead, preceding, in the lead, at the head, to the fore, in the van Polls show him out in front in the race.
in front of
3. facing, before She sat in front of her dressing-table mirror.
4. before, preceding Something darted out in front of my car.
5. in the presence of, before, in the sight of They never argued in front of their children.
up front in advance, earlier, beforehand, ahead of time They'll be prepared to pay cash up front.

front

noun
1. The part of someone or something facing the viewer:
2. The forward outer surface of a building:
Architecture: frontispiece.
verb
1. To have the face or front turned in a specific direction:
face, look (on or upon).
2. To meet face-to-face, especially defiantly:
3. To confront boldly and courageously:
Idioms: fly in the face of, snap one's fingers at, stand up to, thumb one's nose at.
Translations
أَماميّجَبْهَة سِياسيَّهجَبْهَة هوائِيَّهجَبْهَهمُتَنَزَّه على شاطئ البَحْر
předekpřednífrontanábřežípopředí
for-forsidefrontfront-frontlinie
VorderseiteFrontvorneWetterfrontFrontlinie
rinne
edustaaetu-etupuolijohtaajulkisivu
prednja stranaprednji
fedõnévfrontharcvonalidõjárási frontparti sétány
andlit; framhliîframendi, fremri eîa fremsti hlutiframkoma; láta ekki á neinu berafylkingsjávarsíîa; strandgata
前の
앞의
fasadasfrontasiš priekiopriekispriešakinis
fasādefronteizskatsizturēties droši/varonīgikrastmala
front
frontapredprednjiprednji delpročelje
fram-framsidafront
ข้างหน้าด้านหน้า
önön tarafön taraf/kısımön yüztavır
đằng trướcmặt tiền

front

[frʌnt]
A. N
1. (= exterior) [of house, building] → fachada f; [of shirt, dress] → pechera f; [of book] (= cover) → portada f
it fastens at the frontse abrocha por delante
back to frontal revés
her dress had ripped down the frontel vestido se le había roto por delante
you've spilled food all down your frontte has derramado comida por toda la pechera
2. (= forepart) [of stage, desk, building] → parte f de delante, parte f delantera; [of train, bus] → parte f delantera; [of queue] → principio m
there's a dedication at the front of the bookhay una dedicatoria al principio del libro
there are still some seats left at the fronttodavía quedan asientos delante
he sat at the front of the trainse sentó en la parte delantera del tren
he sat at the front of the classse sentó en la primera fila de la clase
at the front of the line or queueal principio de la cola
I want to sit in the frontquiero sentarme delante
he laid the baby on its frontpuso al bebé boca abajo
the car's out front (US) → el coche está delante or enfrente de la casa
3.
in frontdelante
to send sb on in frontenviar a algn por delante
the car in frontel coche de delante
to be in front (gen) → ir primero, ir delante; (in race) → ir a la cabeza, llevar la delantera; (in scoring) → llevar (la) ventaja
in front ofdelante de
don't argue in front of the childrenno discutas delante de los niños
a car was parked in front of the househabía un coche aparcado delante de la casa
she sat down in front of her mirrorse sentó delante del espejose sentó frente al espejo
4. (Met) → frente m
cold/warm front (Met) → frente m frío/cálido
5. (Mil, Pol) → frente m
he fought at the front during the Warluchó en el frente durante la guerra
we must present a united frontdebemos parecer un frente unido
6. (Brit) (= promenade) → paseo m marítimo; (= beach) → playa f
7. (= area of activity) → materia f
is there any news on the wages front?¿se sabe algo nuevo en materia de salarios?
we have made progress on a variety of frontshemos avanzado en varios campos or varias esferas
on all frontsen todos los frentes
the government's failings on the home or domestic frontlas deficiencias del gobierno a nivel nacional
8. (= show) it's all just a front with himlo suyo no es más que una fachada or no son más que apariencias
he kept up a brave front to the worlddelante de todos ponía buena cara
9. (= cover-up) → fachada f, tapadera f
to be a front for sthservir de fachada or tapadera para algo
B. ADJ
1. (= foremost) [wheel, leg] → delantero, de delante, de adelante (LAm)
I was in the front seatyo estaba en el asiento delantero or de delante or (LAm) de adelante
if we run, we can get a front seatsi corremos, podemos pillar un asiento en la parte delantera or la parte de delante or (LAm) la parte de adelante
he's in the front gardenestá en el jardín de delante de la casa
2. (Phon) [vowel] → frontal
C. VI
1.
to front onto sth [house, window] → dar a algo
2.
to front for sthservir de fachada or tapadera para algo
D. VT
1. (= head) [+ organization] → estar al frente de, liderar
2. [+ TV show] → presentar
3. [+ band, group] → estar al frente de, ser el cantante de
4. (frm) (= face) → dar a
the house fronts the riverla casa da al río
E. CPD front bench N (Brit) (Pol) en la Cámara de Diputados británica, escaños de los ministros y sus equivalentes en la oposición
front crawl N (Swimming) → crol m
front desk N (US) → recepción f (de un hotel)
front door Npuerta f principal
front end N [of vehicle] → parte f delantera
front line N (Mil) → primera línea f
front man N (for activity) → testaferro m; [of band, group] → líder m (TV) → presentador m
front organization Norganización f fachada
front page N (Press) → primera plana f
front row Nprimera fila f
front runner N (in race) → corredor(ora) m/f que va en cabeza; (in election) → favorito/a m/f
front tooth Nincisivo m, paleta f
front view N the front view of the hotel is very impressiveel frente del hotel or la parte de delante del hotel es impresionante
FRONT BENCH
El término genérico front bench se usa para referirse a los escaños situados en primera fila a ambos lados del Presidente (Speaker) de la Cámara de los Comunes del Parlamento británico. Dichos escaños son ocupados por los parlamentarios que son miembros del gobierno a un lado y por los del gobierno en la sombra (shadow cabinet) al otro y, por esta razón, se les conoce como frontbenchers.

front

[ˈfrʌnt]
n
[house, structure] → devant m; [garment] → devant m
the front of the house → le devant de la maison
in front advdevant
a house with a car in front → une maison avec une voiture devant
the car in front → la voiture de devant
to be in front (in race, contest)mener
in front of prepdevant
in front of the house → devant la maison
the car in front of us → la voiture devant nous
[coach, train, car] → avant m
in the front → à l'avant
I was sitting in the front → J'étais assis à l'avant.
at the front of the train → à l'avant du train
[book] → début m
The index is at the front → L'index est au début.
(also sea front) (= promenade) → front m de mer
(METEOROLOGY)front m
(in war)front m
(= area of activity) → front m
He made progress on various fronts → Il a fait des progrès sur plusieurs fronts.
on the political front → sur le plan politique
on the economic front → sur le plan économique
on the home front (= domestically) → au plan national
(= appearances) → façade f
Michael kept up a brave front → Michael a conservé une façade digne.
to put on a front → faire bonne figure
(= cover) → couverture f
to be a front for sth [+ illegal activity] → être une couverture pour qch; [+ regime, political party] → être une couverture pour qch
adjde devant
the front row → la rangée de devant
the front seats [car, bus] → les sièges avant
the front seats of the car → les sièges avant de la voiture
vt (= be the leader of) → être à la tête de
front onto
vt fusdonner sur

front

n
(= forward side, exterior)Vorderseite f; (= forward part, including interior)Vorderteil nt; (of house etc: = façade) → Vorderfront f, → Stirnseite f; (of shirt, dress)Vorderteil nt; (= dickey)Hemdbrust f; (Theat: = auditorium) → Zuschauerraum m; in frontvorne; (in line, race etc also) → an der Spitze; in front of somebody/somethingvor jdm/etw; at the front of (inside) → vorne in (+dat); (outside) → vor (+dat); (= at the head of)an der Spitze (+gen); to be in frontvorne sein; (Sport) → vorn(e) or an der Spitze liegen; look in front of youblicken Sie nach vorne; in front of you you can see …vor Ihnen können Sie … sehen; in or at the front of the train/classvorne im Zug/Klassenzimmer; he reached the front of the queue (Brit) or line (US) → er erreichte die Spitze der Schlange; she spilled tea down the front of her dresssie verschüttete Tee vorn über ihr Kleid
(Mil, Pol, Met) → Front f; he fell at the fronter ist an der Front gefallen; they were attacked on all fronts (Mil) → sie wurden an allen Fronten angegriffen; (fig)sie wurden von allen Seiten angegriffen; cold front (Met) → Kalt(luft)front f; we must present a common/united frontwir müssen eine gemeinsame/geschlossene Front bieten; on the wages frontwas die Löhne betrifft; on the home or domestic front (Pol) → im Inland
(Brit, of sea) → Strandpromenade f; (of lake)Uferpromenade f
(= outward appearance)Fassade f; to put on a bold fronteine tapfere Miene zur Schau stellen; to put on a calm frontnach außen hin ruhig erscheinen; it’s just a frontdas ist nur Fassade
(= cover for illicit activity)Tarnung f, → Fassade f
(US: = figurehead of organization) → Galionsfigur f, → Aushängeschild nt
no pl (= effrontery)Stirn f; to have the front to do somethingdie Frechheit besitzen or die Stirn haben, etw zu tun
(poet, = brow, face) → Antlitz nt (poet)
adv up frontvorne; to move up frontnach vorne rücken; 50% up front50% Vorschuss; to attack front and rearvon vorn und hinten angreifen; eyes front! (Mil) → Augen geradeaus! ? also upfront
vi the houses/windows front onto the streetdie Häuser liegen/die Fenster gehen auf die Straße hinaus
vt
cottages fronted by well-kept lawnsHäuschen mit gepflegtem Rasen davor
organization, bandleiten
adjvorderste(r, s), Vorder-; pageerste(r, s); front tooth/wheel/roomVorderzahn m/-rad nt/-zimmer nt; front rowerste or vorderste Reihe; the front end of the traindie Spitze des Zuges

front

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front bench
n (Parl) → vorderste or erste Reihe (wo die führenden Politiker sitzen)
front burner
n to be somebody’s front (inf)für jdn an erster Stelle kommen
front crawl
n (Swimming) → Kraulen nt, → Kraulstil m
front door
nHaustür f
front drive
n (Aut) → Frontantrieb m
front end
n (Comput) → Frontende nt
front garden
nVorgarten m

front

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front line
nFront(linie) f
frontline
adj (Mil) → Front-; (fig) employees etcin vorderster Front; front statesAnliegerstaaten pl (an einen Kriegsschauplatz); front troopsFronttruppen pl
front loader
nFrontlader m
front man
nMann man der Spitze; (pej)Strohmann m
front matter
nTitelei f
front money
n (US, paid upfront) → Vorschuss m
front office
n (US Comm) → Verwaltung f
front organization
nTarn- or Deckorganisation f
front page
nerste Seite, Titelseite f; to hit the frontSchlagzeilen machen
front-page
adj attr news, story, report, headline, coverageauf der ersten Seite; front picture or photograph (of magazine) → Titelbild nt; to be or make front newsSchlagzeilen machen; it’s not exactly front newsdas wird nicht gerade Schlagzeilen machen
front rank
n to be in the front (fig)zur Spitze zählen
frontrunner
n
Läufer(in) m(f)an der Spitze; he’s by nature a fronter läuft am liebsten an der Spitze
(fig)Spitzenreiter(in) m(f)
front seat
nPlatz min der ersten Reihe; (Aut) → Vordersitz m; (fig)Logenplatz m
front view
n (Tech) → Aufriss m
front vowel
n (Phon) → Vorderzungenvokal m
front-wheel drive
front woman
nFrau fan der Spitze; (pej)Strohfrau f

front

[frʌnt]
1. adj (tooth) → davanti inv; (garden) → sul davanti; (wheel) → anteriore; (row, page) → primo/a; (carriage) → di testa; (view) → frontale
2. n
a. (gen) → davanti m inv; (of house) → facciata, davanti; (of book) → copertina; (of train) → testa (fig) (appearance) → facciata
in front → davanti
in front of → davanti a (opposite) → di fronte a
at the front of the line or queue → in cima or all'inizio della fila
to be in front (Sport) → essere in testa
he sat at the front of the class → era seduto nei primi banchi (della classe)
to put on a bold front (fig) → mostrare coraggio
to be a front for sth (fam) → servire da copertura per qc
b. (Mil, Pol, Met) → fronte m
on all fronts → su tutti i fronti
a united front → un fronte unito
c. (also sea front) (promenade) → lungomare m
3. vi to front onto sthdare su qc, guardare verso qc

front

(frant) noun
1. the part of anything (intended to be) nearest the person who sees it; usually the most important part of anything. the front of the house; the front of the picture; (also adjective) the front page.
2. the foremost part of anything in the direction in which it moves. the front of the ship; (also adjective) the front seat of the bus.
3. the part of a city or town that faces the sea. We walked along the (sea) front.
4. (in war) the line of soliers nearest the enemy. They are sending more soldiers to the front.
5. a boundary separating two masses of air of different temperatures. A cold front is approaching from the Atlantic.
6. an outward appearance. He put on a brave front.
7. a name sometimes given to a political movement. the Popular Front for Liberation.
ˈfrontage (-tidʒ) noun
the front part of a building etc.
ˈfrontal adjective
from the front. a frontal attack.
at the front of
(standing etc) in the front part of something. at the front of the house; They stood at the front of the crowd.
in front (of)
(placed, standing, moving etc) outside something on its front or forward-facing side. There is a garden in front (of the house).

front

أَماميّ, وَجْه předek, přední for-, forside Vorderseite, vorne μέτωπο, μπροστινός delantero, frente etu-, etupuoli avant prednja strana, prednji anteriore, davanti, 前の, 앞의 voor-, voorkant for-, forside front, przedni frente, frontal передний, передняя часть fram-, framsida ข้างหน้า, ด้านหน้า ön đằng trước, mặt tiền 前面, 前面的

front

n. frente;
in ___ ofen ___ de, delante de.

front

n parte delantera, frente m; the front of the knee..la parte delantera de la rodilla; in — of frente a, delante de; in front of a mirror..frente a (delante de) un espejo
References in classic literature ?
Making a dart at the table, she secured the coffee, which she immediately spilled, thereby making the front of her dress as bad as the back.
With the young reporter at his side, he ventured in the light of day into Main Street or strode up and down on the rick- ety front porch of his own house, talking excitedly.
Enough now to show you an old map I found, or, rather, a copy of it, and some of the papers that tell of the idol," and he spread out his packet of papers on the table in front of him, his eyes shining with excitement and pleasure.
Jake got on the front seat with Otto Fuchs, and I rode on the straw in the bottom of the wagon-box, covered up with a buffalo hide.
Unlocking the door of her bath-room she went inside, and soon emerged, bringing a rug, which she spread upon the floor of the gallery, and two huge hair pillows covered with crash, which she placed against the front of the building.
A throng of bearded men, in sad-coloured garments and grey steeple-crowned hats, inter-mixed with women, some wearing hoods, and others bareheaded, was assembled in front of a wooden edifice, the door of which was heavily timbered with oak, and studded with iron spikes.
Ere quitting, for the nonce, the Sperm Whale's head, I would have you, as a sensible physiologist, simply --particularly remark its front aspect, in all its compacted collectedness.
Now I'll go up to the front," said Jip; "and you watch my nose--whichever way I point it, you turn the ship the same way.
But you must put yourselves in front of me, so that no one can see.
I understand both these sides to be not only returns, but parts of the front; and to be uniform without, though severally partitioned within; and to be on both sides of a great and stately tower, in the midst of the front, that, as it were, joineth them together on either hand.
A steep curve of heath-clad land, an outlying spur of the moor, lay in front of us.
She heard Tess re-ascend the stairs to the first floor, and the departure of Clare, and the closing of the front door behind him.