front

I

adv. to face front

II
n.
frontline

(mil.)

1) at, on the front (the war correspondents spent two days at the front; there has been no activity on this front)

area of activity

2) the home; political front

3) on a front (on the home front)

advanced part

4) at the front of; in front of

movement
campaign

5) a popular; united front (to present a united front)

boundary

(meteorology)

6) a cold; occluded; stationary; warm front

walk, road along a body of water

(BE)

7) a river; sea front

8) along a front (to walk along the sea front)

9) on a front (is there a hotel on the sea front?)

behavior

10) to put on, put up a front

11) a bold, brazen front (to put on a bold front)

facade

12) a front for (the store was a front for illegal drug sales)

III
v.

1)(d; intr.) to front for (to front for the mob)

2) (d; intr.) to front on (our building fronts on the main road)

* * *
[frʌnt]
in front of
occluded
political front
put up a front
sea front
stationary
on the front (the war correspondents spent two days at the front; there has been no activity on this front)
united front (to present a united front)
brazen front (to put on a bold front)
['advanced part'] at the front of
['area of activity'] the home
['behavior'] tb put on
['boundary'] (meteorology) a cold
['front line'] (mil.) at
['movement'] ['campaign'] a popular
['walk, road along a body of water'] (BE) a river
a bold
to face front
on a front' (is there a hotel on the sea • front ?)
on a front (on the home front)
(d; intr.) to front on (our building fronts on the main road)
['facade'] a front for (the store was a front for illegal drug sales)
along a front (to walk along the sea front)
(d;intr.) to front for (to front for the mob)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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