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out front

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout frontout front (also out the front/out in front British English)FRONT the area near the entrance to a building Hurry up! The taxi is out front. front
Examples from the Corpus
out frontAs a civil rights leader, he was always out front.But then that funny copper, Malpass, had known I'd been out front on Sunday.I left the car out front and climbed the wide marble steps to the entrance hall.There was some kind of commotion out front.Her flowers out front may have changed but little else has, it would appear.Now what's going on out front?That the police chief was parked out front?Should they stop because the people out front were drowning everything coming from the stage?I stayed out front hoping to get another look at the girl if she came out.Molly is very out front in talking about her mistakes.There's a station wagon waiting out front.
out frontout frontespecially American English a) in front of something, especially a building, where everyone can see you There’s a blue car out front. b) taking a leading position As a civil rights leader, he was always out front. c) informal very honest and direct Molly is very out front in talking about her mistakes. out
Examples from the Corpus
out frontThat the police chief was parked out front?There was some kind of commotion out front.I left the car out front and climbed the wide marble steps to the entrance hall.I stayed out front hoping to get another look at the girl if she came out.Her flowers out front may have changed but little else has, it would appear.But then that funny copper, Malpass, had known I'd been out front on Sunday.Should they stop because the people out front were drowning everything coming from the stage?
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