What is the pronunciation of front?
English definition of “front”
A2 the part of a building, object, or person's body that faces forward or is most often seen or used: The front of the museum is very impressive. He spilled soup all down his front. He was lying on his front. The shop front occupies a very prominent position on the main street.Surfaces of objectsEdges and extremities of objects A2 the part of a vehicle that is nearest to its direction of movement: Do you want to sit in the front (= next to the driver)? If we sit near the front of the bus, we'll have a better view.Edges and extremities of objectsSurfaces of objectsVehicles in general › the outside part or cover of a book, newspaper, or magazine: There was a picture of the Trevi fountain on the front of the book.Books and parts of books › one of the first pages in a book: There's an inscription in the front of the book.Books and parts of books in front B1 further forward than someone or something else: The car in front suddenly stopped and I went into the back of it. She started talking to the man in front of her.Ahead, in front and beyondDescribing the leading position › winning a game or competition: By half time the Italians were well in front.Winning and defeatingScoring, winning and losing in sport in front of A2 close to the front part of something: There's parking space in front of the hotel.Ahead, in front and beyond A2 where someone can see or hear you: Please don't swear in front of the children.PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible up front › If you give someone an amount of money up front, you pay that person before they do something for you: He wants all the money up front or he won't do the job.Before, after and alreadyAfter and behindPaying and spending money
B1 in or at the front of something: One of his front teeth is missing. I'd like seats on the front row of the stalls. a dog's front pawsGeneral location and orientation