English version

cold front

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Meteorology, Geography
cold frontˈcold front noun [countable]  the front edge of a mass of cold air heading towards a place warm front
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cold frontNever risk parking out overnight without checking the weather forecast for a strong wind warning or the approach of a cold front.Forecasters are banking on a cold front to clear cloudy conditions.Another cold front passed through the north state Monday night and early Tuesday, chilling the region with November-like temperatures.Clearing conditions were forecast behind the cold front that dragged low clouds through Central Florida early Friday.
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