front


front
Synonyms and related words:
CAT, Charlie McCarthy, DMZ, accented, aceldama, act for, acting, advance, advance guard, aerospace, aerosphere, affectation, affectedness, affront, agent, ahead, air, air hole, air mass, air pocket, airhead, airs, airs and graces, airspace, alibi, alveolar, antecede, anteposition, anterior, anticyclone, apical, apico-alveolar, apico-dental, apology, apparent character, appearance, appearances, articulated, artificiality, aspect, assimilated, attitudinizing, avant-garde, back, banter, barytone, battle line, battle site, battlefield, battleground, beachhead, beard, bearing, before, beginning, bell the cat, bid defiance, bilabial, bite the bullet, blind, bloc, bluff, bluffing, border, brave, brazen, brazen out, breast, bridgehead, bring before, bring forward, bring up, broad, brow, bump, bump heads, cacuminal, call out, candid, ceiling, central, cerebral, challenge, cheating, checked, chief, circumference, cloak, close, coalition, cold front, cold sector, color, coloring, combat area, combat zone, come before, come first, communist front, complain, complain loudly, confront, confront with, connection, consonant, consonantal, contend, contend with, continuant, contrapose, contraposit, contrast, cortex, countenance, counteract, cover, cover story, cover-up, covering, creature, crosswind, crust, cyclone, dare, deception, defy, delusion, demeanor, dental, deputy, device, direct, disguise, display, dispute, dissemblance, dissembling, dissent, dissimilated, dissimulation, dorsal, double-dare, dummy, effrontery, empty space, encounter, enemy line, envelope, envisage, epidermis, excuse, expression, exterior, exteriors, external, external appearance, externals, facade, face, face down, face out, face the music, face up, face up to, face upon, face with, facet, facing, faction, fakery, faking, false air, false front, false show, falsity, farthest outpost, favorable wind, feigned belief, feigning, feint, field, field of battle, field of blood, figurehead, firing line, first, first line, flat, fog, fore, forefront, foregoing, forehand, foremost, forthright, forward, four-flushing, frank, fraud, fringe, front for, front line, front man, front on, front rank, front-runner, frontage, frontal, gaudiness, gilt, give upon, glide, gloss, glossal, glottal, go ahead of, go before, go in advance, go-between, grass-roots movement, ground swell, group, guise, guttural, handle, hard, haughtiness, have priority, head, head the table, head up, head wind, heading, headmost, heavy, high, high-pressure area, hole, honest, humbug, humbuggery, hypocrisy, image, imposture, in advance, in front, in the forefront, in the lead, insincerity, integument, interagent, interceder, intercessor, intermediary, intermediate, intermediate agent, intermediator, intermedium, internuncio, intervener, interventionist, interventor, intonated, ionosphere, isobar, isometric, isometric line, isopiestic line, isotherm, isothermal line, jetstream, kick against, kick off, killing ground, labial, labiodental, labiovelar, lame excuse, landing beach, lateral, lax, lay before, lay figure, le pas, lead, lead off, leading, league, lie opposite, light, line, line of battle, lineaments, lingual, liquid, locus standi, look, look out upon, look over, look toward, low, low-pressure area, maiden, main, make a stand, mannerism, mask, masquerade, match, mediator, medium, meet, meet boldly, meet head-on, meet squarely, mere externals, mere show, meretriciousness, mid, middleman, mien, monophthongal, mouthpiece, movement, muted, narrow, nasal, nasalized, negotiant, negotiator, negotiatress, negotiatrix, nominal head, object, obverse, occluded front, occlusive, offer resistance, ombudsman, open, oppose, organization, ostensible motive, ostent, ostentation, outdare, outer face, outer layer, outer side, outer skin, outface, outguard, outline, outpost, outrank, outside, outward appearance, outward show, overcast, overconfidence, overlook, oxytone, palatal, palatalized, party, periphery, pharyngeal, pharyngealized, phonemic, phonetic, phonic, pioneer, pitch, pitched, place before, playacting, pocket, point, polar front, polarize, political front, poor excuse, popular front, pose, pose against, posing, posttonic, posture, precede, precedence, preceding, precursor, premier, present to, pretense, pretension, pretext, primary, prime, principal, priority, protest, protestation, prunes and prisms, public image, public motive, puppet, put in opposition, put it to, put-off, put-on, putting on airs, railhead, rank, rate, recalcitrate, refuge, reluct, remonstrate, replace, represent, representation, retroflex, revolt, rind, roughness, rounded, run the gauntlet, scout, scream defiance, screen, seat of war, seeming, semblance, semivowel, set at defiance, set before, sham, shambles, shell, show, show fight, simulacrum, simulation, skin, smoke screen, soft, sonant, soup, space, speak out, speak up, spearhead, speciousness, spokesman, spokeswoman, squall line, stalking-horse, stand, stand at bay, stand first, stand opposed, stand opposite, stand up against, stand up to, stare down, stationary front, stem, stooge, stopped, straightforward, stratagem, stratosphere, stressed, strive against, strong, stylishness, substitute for, substratosphere, subtend, subterfuge, superficiality, superficies, superstratum, surd, surface, surface appearance, surface show, syllabic, tail wind, take precedence, tense, the front, the lead, theater, theater of operations, theater of war, thick, throaty, to the fore, tonal, tonic, top, trick, tropopause, troposphere, trough, turbulence, twangy, unaccented, unnaturalness, unrounded, unstressed, usher in, vain show, van, vanguard, varnish, veil, velar, venture, visibility, visibility zero, vocalic, vocoid, voiced, voiceless, vowel, vowellike, warm front, weak, weather map, wide, wind-shift line, window dressing, wing, winning, withstand, zone of communications

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  • front — [ frɔ̃ ] n. m. • 1080; lat. frons I ♦ 1 ♦ Partie supérieure de la face humaine, comprise entre les sourcils et la racine des cheveux, et s étendant d une tempe à l autre. Un front haut, élevé, large, bombé, fuyant. Les rides du front. Cheveux sur …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • front — FRONT. s. m. La partie du visage qui est depuis la racine des cheveux jusqu aux sourcils. Grand front. large front. front elevé. front ouvert. front serein. front descouvert. front majestueux. on lit sur son front, on voit sur son front. avoir… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • FRONT TV — FRONT is an international broadcast design and branding firm for television, film and interactive media. FRONT specializes in creative thinking, network branding, station IDS, film titles, 2D 3D animation, web, print, and sound design. FRONT is… …   Wikipedia

  • Front — (fr[u^]nt), n. [F. frant forehead, L. frons, frontis; perh. akin to E. brow.] 1. The forehead or brow, the part of the face above the eyes; sometimes, also, the whole face. [1913 Webster] Bless d with his father s front, his mother s tongue. Pope …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • front — FRONT, fronturi, s.n. 1. Loc unde se dau lupte militare în timp de război; totalitatea forţelor militare care operează pe câmpul de luptă sub o comandă unică. ♢ expr. A rupe (sau a sparge) frontul = a rupe linia de apărare a inamicului, a… …   Dicționar Român

  • Front — may refer to:* The Front , a 1976 film * The Hybrid Front, a Sega Mega Drive strategy game * The Front (The Simpsons episode) * Front (identity) for a blacklisted artist * Front (magazine) * Front (military), an area where armies are engaged in… …   Wikipedia

  • front — ► NOUN 1) the side or part of an object that presents itself to view or that is normally seen first. 2) the position directly ahead. 3) the forward facing part of a person s body. 4) any face of a building, especially that of the main entrance:… …   English terms dictionary

  • Front — Front, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Fronted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Fronting}.] 1. To oppose face to face; to oppose directly; to meet in a hostile manner. [1913 Webster] You four shall front them in the narrow lane. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To appear before;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • front — front1 [frunt] n. [ME < OFr < L frons (gen. frontis), forehead, front < IE * bhren , to project > OE brant, steep, high] 1. Now Rare a) the forehead b) the face; countenance 2. a) attitude or appearance, as of the face, indicati …   English World dictionary

  • Front — Front …   Wikipedia Español

  • Front — Sf Vorderseite, vordere Reihe std. (17. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus frz. front m., dieses aus l. frōns (frontis) Stirn, vordere Linie . Das Substantiv im Deutschen weitgehend festgelegt auf vorderste Kriegslinie . Adjektiv: frontal.    Ebenso… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache