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Meaning & Definition of Front in English

English

Front

/frənt/

noun

1. The side that is forward or prominent

    synonym:
  • front
  • ,
  • front end
  • ,
  • forepart

2. The line along which opposing armies face each other

    synonym:
  • battlefront
  • ,
  • front
  • ,
  • front line

3. The outward appearance of a person

  • "He put up a bold front"
    synonym:
  • front

4. The side that is seen or that goes first

    synonym:
  • front

5. A person used as a cover for some questionable activity

    synonym:
  • front man
  • ,
  • front
  • ,
  • figurehead
  • ,
  • nominal head
  • ,
  • straw man
  • ,
  • strawman

6. A sphere of activity involving effort

  • "The japanese were active last week on the diplomatic front"
  • "They advertise on many different fronts"
    synonym:
  • front

7. (meteorology) the atmospheric phenomenon created at the boundary between two different air masses

    synonym:
  • front

8. The immediate proximity of someone or something

  • "She blushed in his presence"
  • "He sensed the presence of danger"
  • "He was well behaved in front of company"
    synonym:
  • presence
  • ,
  • front

9. The part of something that is nearest to the normal viewer

  • "He walked to the front of the stage"
    synonym:
  • front

10. A group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals

  • "He was a charter member of the movement"
  • "Politicians have to respect a mass movement"
  • "He led the national liberation front"
    synonym:
  • movement
  • ,
  • social movement
  • ,
  • front

verb

1. Be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point

  • Be opposite to
  • "The house looks north"
  • "My backyard look onto the pond"
  • "The building faces the park"
    synonym:
  • front
  • ,
  • look
  • ,
  • face

2. Confront bodily

  • "Breast the storm"
    synonym:
  • front
  • ,
  • breast

adjective

1. Relating to or located in the front

  • "The front lines"
  • "The front porch"
    synonym:
  • front(a)

Examples of using

Tom was sitting in the front passenger seat when the accident happened.
Tom is sitting in the front passenger seat.
A long queue had formed in front of the shop.