English version

in front

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin frontin fronta) WINahead of something or someone opp behind He drove straight into the car in front. b) winning something such as a sports match or competition syn ahead opp behind His goal put Leeds back in front. c) FRONTin the area nearest the most forward part of something, or nearest the entrance to a building front
Examples from the Corpus
in frontHe drove straight into the car in front.The car in front started to slow down.The kids are playing out in front.She parked the car right in front of the main entrance.Shouldn't the class officers be sitting in front, leading the meeting?There was a tall man standing in front of me, so I couldn't see what was happening.Ellie walked in front, carrying the baby.Because of the fog, we could only see a few yards in front of us.