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Translation of "front" - English-Polish dictionary

front

noun     /frʌnt/
the front
A2 the side of something that is most important or most often seen because it faces forward przód You need to write the address clearly on the front of the envelope. There was blood on the front of his shirt.Ahead, in front and beyond
A2 the part of something that is furthest forward przód We asked to sit in the front of the plane. He was standing right at the front.Ahead, in front and beyond
in front
B1 further forward than someone or something else z przodu, przed She started a conversation with the man sitting in front of her.Ahead, in front and beyondDescribing the leading position
winning in a game or competition na czele, na prowadzeniu By half time the Italians were well in front.Describing the leading positionScoring, winning and losing in sportWinning and defeatingLosing and being defeatedWinning and defeatingScoring, winning and losing in sport
in front of
A2 close to the front part of something przed, naprzeciwko, naprzeciw He parked the car in front of the house.Ahead, in front and beyond
A2 where someone can see or hear you przy, na oczach Please don't swear in front of the children.PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
BEHAVIOUR [C]
when someone behaves in a way that hides how they really feel pozory, fasada [usually singular] Many parents decide to stay together, putting up a front for the children's sake.Affected and insincereSeeming and purporting to beFaking and pretending
ILLEGAL ACTIVITY [C]
an organization or activity that is used to hide a different, illegal activity przykrywka [usually singular] Police discovered the restaurant was just a front for a drugs operation.Secrecy and privacy
the front
an area of land where soldiers fight during a war front Thousands of young men were sent to the front to fight.Places involved in military activityThe armed forces generally
on the business/jobs/politics, etc front
in a particular area of activity w dziedziniedziałalnościgospodarczej/zatrudnienia/polityki itp. How are things on the work front at the moment?Topics and areas of interest
WEATHER [C]
a line where warm air meets cold air affecting the weather front A cold front is moving across the Atlantic.Weather and climate - general words
(Definition of front noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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