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Translation of "front" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /frant/
the part of anything (intended to be) nearest the person who sees it; usually the most important part of anything parte delantera, primera 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 parte delantera the front of the ship (also adjective) the front seat of the bus.
the part of a city or town that faces the sea paseo marítimo We walked along the (sea) front.
(in war) the line of soliers nearest the enemy frente They are sending more soldiers to the front.
a boundary separating two masses of air of different temperatures frente A cold front is approaching from the Atlantic.
an outward appearance apariencia He put on a brave front.
a name sometimes given to a political movement frente the Popular Front for Liberation.
frontage /-tidʒ/ noun
the front part of a building etc. fachada
frontal adjective
from the front frontal a frontal attack.
at the front of
(standing etc) in the front part of something delante 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 delante de There is a garden in front (of the house).
(Definition of front from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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