English version

be fronted by/with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe fronted by/with somethingbe fronted by/with somethingCOVERDECORATEto be covered or decorated at the front with something a large building fronted with marble front
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be fronted by/with somethingHow can a show that searches for talent be fronted by a bloke who hasn't got any?The house was fronted by a flat Italianate lily pond.The façade is fronted by a narthex which is supported on Norman columns and capitals.Like most Roman churches, the building is of brick and is fronted by a porch and open narthex.
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