Übersetzung von “front” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

front

nounfront /frʌnt/
the front singular
≠back; the side facing forward, or that you look at
l'avant , le devant

the front of the house
le devant / la façade de la maison

the front of my sweater
le devant de mon pull
the position that is farthest forward
avant masculine

A few people moved to the front of the theater.
Quelques personnes se sont déplacées vers le premier rang du cinéma.

the author's name in the front of the book
le nom de l'auteur sur la couverture du livre
≠back; the side facing forward, or that you look at
l'avant , le devant

the front of the house
le devant / la façade de la maison

the front of my sweater
le devant de mon pull
the position that is farthest forward
avant masculine

A few people moved to the front of the theater.
Quelques personnes se sont déplacées vers le premier rang du cinéma.

the author's name in the front of the book
le nom de l'auteur sur la couverture du livre
sb's front
the side of sb's body where their face is
le ventre de qqn

Lie down on your front.
Allongez-vous sur le ventre.
countable the line between two different air masses that indicates a change in the weather
front masculine

a cold front bringing snow to the area
un front froid amenant la neige dans la région
singular behavior that hides your true feelings
façade feminine

Don't feel you have to put up a front and pretend everything is OK.
N'aies pas l'impression que tu dois faire bonne figure et prétendre que tout est OK.
countable in war, the line where opposing armies meet
front masculine

the western front
le front ouest
in front (of)
≠behind; in a place that is ahead of sb or sth
devant

the man in front of me in line
l'homme devant moi / me précédant dans la file d'attente

In front of her were the mountains and behind her the ocean.
Devant elle il y avait les montagnes et derrière elle l'océan.
≠behind; in a position ahead of others in a competition
en tête

The horse was now in front by several lengths.
Le cheval avait maintenant plusieurs longueurs d'avance / était maintenant en tête de plusieurs longueurs.
when sb is there with you or watching you
devant

She started talking about sex right in front of my parents.
Elle s'est mise à parler de sexe carrément devant mes parents.

to perform in front of an audience
jouer devant un public
looking at a television or computer screen
devant

Don't spend all day in front of the computer.
Ne passe pas toute la journée devant l'ordinateur.
≠behind; in a place that is ahead of sb or sth
devant

the man in front of me in line
l'homme devant moi / me précédant dans la file d'attente

In front of her were the mountains and behind her the ocean.
Devant elle il y avait les montagnes et derrière elle l'océan.
≠behind; in a position ahead of others in a competition
en tête

The horse was now in front by several lengths.
Le cheval avait maintenant plusieurs longueurs d'avance / était maintenant en tête de plusieurs longueurs.
when sb is there with you or watching you
devant

She started talking about sex right in front of my parents.
Elle s'est mise à parler de sexe carrément devant mes parents.

to perform in front of an audience
jouer devant un public
looking at a television or computer screen
devant

Don't spend all day in front of the computer.
Ne passe pas toute la journée devant l'ordinateur.
out front
leading a competition
en tête

the candidate who is out front in the polls
le candidat qui est en tête dans les sondages
in a position just outside a building and a little farther forward of it
devant

I'll meet you out front in ten minutes.
Je te rejoindrai devant dans dix minutes.
leading a competition
en tête

the candidate who is out front in the polls
le candidat qui est en tête dans les sondages
in a position just outside a building and a little farther forward of it
devant

I'll meet you out front in ten minutes.
Je te rejoindrai devant dans dix minutes.
up front
paid before goods or services are delivered
d'avance

I gave him $800 up front, and I'll pay the rest later.
Je lui ai donné 800 $ d'avance et je paierai le reste plus tard.

front

adjectivefront /frʌnt/
≠back; at, in, or on the front of sth
(à l')avant , de devant

the front porch
la véranda de devant

the front cover of the book
la couverture du livre

the dog's front legs
les pattes avant du chien

(Übersetzung von “front” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

front

noun /frant/

the part of anything (intended to be) nearest the person who sees it; usually the most important part of anything

devant, première (page)
the garden at the front of the house
the houses in the front of the picture
(also adjective) the front page.

the foremost part of anything in the direction in which it moves

avant, de devant
the front of the ship
(also adjective) the front seat of the bus.

the part of a city or town that faces the sea

bord de mer
We walked along the (sea) front.

(in war) the line of soliers nearest the enemy

front
They are sending more soldiers to the front.

a boundary separating two masses of air of different temperatures

front
A cold front is approaching from the Atlantic.

an outward appearance

contenance
He put on a brave front.

a name sometimes given to a political movement

front
the Popular Front for Liberation.
frontage /-tidʒ/ noun

the front part of a building etc.

façade
frontal adjective

from the front

frontal
a frontal attack.
at the front of

(standing etc) in the front part of something

devant
at the front of the house
They stood at the front of the crowd.
in front (of)

(placed, standing, moving etc) outside something on its front or forward-facing side

devant
There is a garden in front (of the house).

(Übersetzung von “front” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)