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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforegroundfore‧ground /ˈfɔːɡraʊnd $ ˈfɔːr-/ noun  1 the foreground2 be in the foreground
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foregroundMany of his compositions play with the merging of foreground, middle-distance and background details into one overlapping pattern.The wife of Agamemnon, Clytemnestra, has all the foreground to herself.An infant illuminates the foreground so brightly that the background fades.There were three figures in the foreground, with a boy on the left and a girl on the right.Suggest some reasons why the land in the background in the photograph is less valuable to farmers than that in the foreground.In the foreground of the picture is a man with a black beard, dressed in rough workingman's clothes and a hat.The foreground is also strengthened with the same sweeping strokes.Play with foreground / background effects from other records.
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