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NGSL Rank: 487
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  • the side or part of an object that presents itself to view or that is normally seen or used first; the most forward part of something.
    E.g. a page at the front of the book had been torn out
  • the foremost line or part of an armed force; the furthest position that an army has reached and where the enemy is or may be engaged.
    E.g. his regiment was immediately sent to the front
  • an appearance or form of behaviour assumed by a person to conceal their genuine feelings.
    E.g. she put on a brave front
  • boldness and confidence of manner.
    E.g. he's got a bit of talent and a lot of front
  • a person's face or forehead.
    E.g. the mark of fool set on his front
  • of or at the front.
    E.g. the front cover of the magazine
  • (of a vowel sound) formed by raising the tongue, excluding the blade and tip, towards the hard palate.
  • (of a building or piece of land) have the front facing or directed towards.
    E.g. the flats which fronted Crow Road
  • provide (something) with a front or facing of a particular type or material.
    E.g. a metal box fronted by an alloy panel
  • lead or be the most prominent member in (an organization, group, or activity).
    E.g. the group is fronted by two girl singers
  • act as a front or cover for illegal or secret activity.
    E.g. he fronted for them in illegal property deals
  • make an appearance; turn up.
    E.g. parents get a bit worried if you don't front up now and then
  • articulate (a vowel sound) with the tongue further forward.
    E.g. the three velar consonants are normally fronted to some degree
  • place (a sentence element) at the beginning of a sentence instead of in its usual position, typically for emphasis or as a feature of some dialects, as in horrible it was.

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