front noun (PLACE) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "front" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


noun [C usually singular] (PLACE)
the part of a building, object or person's body which faces forward or which is most often seen or used
The front of the museum is very impressive.
He spilt 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
the part of a vehicle which 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 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 close to the front part of something
There's parking space in front of the hotel.
Ahead, in front and beyond
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 them 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
(Definition of front noun (PLACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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