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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “front”

front

noun [C usually singular] (PLACE)
位置
 
 
/frʌnt/
the part of a building, object or person's body which faces forward or which is most often seen or used
前面;正面
The front of the museum is very impressive.
博物館的正面極爲壯觀。
He spilt soup all down his front.
他把湯灑得前襟上都是。
He was lying on his front.
他俯臥著。
The shop front occupies a very prominent position on the main street.
這家商店的門臉在大街上佔據了一個非常顯眼的位置。
Surfaces of objectsEdges and extremities of objects
the part of a vehicle which is nearest to its direction of movement
(車輛的)前部
Do you want to sit in the front (= next to the driver)?
你想坐到前座上來嗎?
If we sit near the front of the bus, we'll have a better view.
如果我們坐在公車的前部,視野就會好一些。
Edges and extremities of objectsSurfaces of objectsVehicles in general
the outside part or cover of a book, newspaper, or magazine
(書刊等的)封面;(報紙的)頭版
There was a picture of the Trevi fountain on the front of the book.
書的封面上有一張特裡威噴泉的圖片。
Books and parts of books
one of the first pages in a book
(書的)前幾頁中的一頁
There's an inscription in the front of the book.
書的前面一頁上有題詞。
Books and parts of books
in front further forward than someone or something else
在前面
The car in front suddenly stopped and I went into the back of it.
前面的車突然停住,結果我就撞上車尾了。
She started talking to the man in front of her.
她開始跟前面的那個男人攀談起來。
Ahead, in front and beyondDescribing the leading position
winning a game or competition
(在比賽或競賽中)取勝,領先
By half time the Italians were well in front.
半場時義大利隊遙遙領先。
Winning and defeatingScoring, winning and losing in sport
in front of close to the front part of something
在…之前
There's parking space in front of the hotel.
旅館前有停車的地方。
Ahead, in front and beyond
where someone can see or hear you
當著(某人)的面,在(某人)面前
Please don't swear in front of the children.
當著孩子們的面請不要罵人。
PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
up front If you give someone an amount of money up front, you pay them before they do something for you
預付;提前支付
He wants all the money up front or he won't do the job.
他要求預付全款,否則他就不接這工作。
Before, after and alreadyAfter and behindPaying and spending money
(Definition of front noun (PLACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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