to the fore

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1. Located at or toward the front; forward.
2. Earlier in order of occurrence; former.
1. Something that is located at or toward the front.
2. The front part.
1. At, toward, or near the front; forward.
2. At an earlier time.
prep. also 'fore
interj. Sports
Used by a golfer to warn those ahead that a ball is headed in their direction.
to the fore
In, into, or toward a position of prominence: A new virtuoso has come to the fore.

[Middle English, beforehand, before, in front of, from Old English; see per in Indo-European roots.]
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