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be in/at/to the forefront of somebody’s mind/attention etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in/at/to the forefront of somebody’s mind/attention etcbe in/at/to the forefront of somebody’s mind/attention etcto be what someone is thinking about most, because it is very important to themat the back of somebody’s mind Fear of unemployment was at the forefront of everyone’s minds. forefront
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be in/at/to the forefront of somebody’s mind/attention etcThis meant that fund-raising news and any other news about the deaf was in the forefront of everyone's attention.The risks of a court case also have to be in the forefront of your mind.
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