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the front

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe frontthe frontthe part of something that is furthest forward in the direction that it is facing or moving opp backthe front of Ricky stepped forward to the front of the stage and began to sing.the front of the line/queue It took ages to get to the front of the queue.at/in the front (of something) She always sits at the front of the class. I found a good place on the bus, on the top deck, right at the front. front
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the frontThe teacher was standing at the front of the classroom.Halfway through the race, Cami was still at the front of the pack.At the front of the cage was a dish with a few scraps of food in it.Could you cut my hair short in the back but leave it a little longer in the front?There's only room for two people in the front of the car.Let's get to the concert early so we can sit near the front.She was wearing a T-shirt with a picture of an elephant on the front.The postcard had a picture of our hotel on the front.He wrote her name on the front and back of the envelope.They painted the front of the house bright green.I stood in the line for two hours before I got to the front.Joseph pushed to the front of the crowd to see what was happening.
the frontthe frontFRONTthe front of something is the side or surface that faces forward opp backthe front of Harvey ran quickly round the front of the car to try and open the other door. the control panel on the front of the machine He wore an old sweater with a coffee stain down the front. front
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front ofThey are both looking at the front of his sweaty, soot-gray sweatshirt.The only sign of the system is a touch pad at the front of the cistern.Those gusts helped keep the early starters at the front of the pack but also produced some help for the late-starters.They keep the television at the front of the bed, and receive friends there when they call for tea.At the front of this column of documents is the most recent one that the user has created or received.This drawing was reproduced on the front of their change of address cards.Then we were orientated towards the front of the room whereupon further orientation took place.He stumbled on it, almost fell, then picked up the front of it and hustled after his friends.
the frontthe frontFRONTthe most important side or surface of something, that you look at first opp backon the front Dean sent me a lovely postcard with a picture of Bolton Abbey on the front.the front of She’s on the front (=a picture of her is on the front) of this month’s magazine. There’s an introduction at the front of the book (=in the first pages). front
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on the frontA control on the front panel adjusts the operating time between limits of less than one second and four minutes approximately.And a Ford Mustang, naturally, has always featured a horse on the front of each vehicle it sells.And Gibbs says a confrontation between protesters and politicians over the Stamp Act took place on the front porch.One white label stuck on the front and one on the back.And in his imagination he saw himself standing tall on the front porch this afternoon.Lily walked the little way up Granada Road and tapped on the front door of her home at twenty past four.She said I was on the front cover of a magazine.What used to be a subject of interest only to computer nerds was on the front page of every business paper.
the frontthe frontTBCFRONTthe most important side of a building, where you go in opp backthe front of Ben had just finished painting the front of the house. front
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front ofThey are both looking at the front of his sweaty, soot-gray sweatshirt.The only sign of the system is a touch pad at the front of the cistern.Those gusts helped keep the early starters at the front of the pack but also produced some help for the late-starters.They keep the television at the front of the bed, and receive friends there when they call for tea.At the front of this column of documents is the most recent one that the user has created or received.This drawing was reproduced on the front of their change of address cards.Then we were orientated towards the front of the room whereupon further orientation took place.
the frontthe frontBritish EnglishSG a wide road next to the beach where people can walk for pleasure We could always go for a stroll along the front. front