- n. 正面；前面；前线；【气象学】锋
- vt. 朝向；面对；对付
- vi. 面朝；掩护
- adj. 前面的
- 用…作正面； 用…覆盖正面
- [S]前面,前部; 正面 the position directly before sb/sth; the surface or part facing towards, outwards, or upwards
- [S]前线,战线,阵线 a line along which fighting takes place in time of war, together the part behind it concerned with supplies
- [S]外表或样子 outward appearance or show
- [C](避暑地的湖滨或海滨的)散步道 a road, often built up and having a protecting wall, by the edge of the sea, especially in a town where people go for holidays
- [C](气)锋 a line of separation between two masses of air of different temperature
- [S]作为(秘密、非法活动的)掩蔽物 sth that serves to hide an illegal or a secret activity
- [A]前面的,前部的; 正面的 of (the) front; being at (the) front
- vt. 作…的正面 supply with a front
- vt. & vi. 面向,朝向 face towards
the side that is forward or prominent
the line along which opposing armies face each other
the outward appearance of a person;
"he put up a bold front"
the side that is seen or that goes first
a person used as a cover for some questionable activity
a sphere of activity involving effort;
"the Japanese were active last week on the diplomatic front"
"they advertise on many different fronts"
(meteorology) the atmospheric phenomenon created at the boundary between two different air masses
the immediate proximity of someone or something;
"she blushed in his presence"
"he sensed the presence of danger"
"he was well behaved in front of company"
the part of something that is nearest to the normal viewer;
"he walked to the front of the stage"
a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals;
"he was a charter member of the movement"
"politicians have to respect a mass movement"
"he led the national liberation front"
relating to or located in the front;
"the front lines"
"the front porch"
be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point; be opposite to;
"The house looks north"
"My backyard look onto the pond"
"The building faces the park"
"breast the storm"
- The front of the postcard shows a picture of our hotel.
- Put the statue so that the front faces the light.
- The front of the building was covered with ivy.
- The car in front of me stopped suddenly and I had to brake.
- That morning we received a report from the front.
- This building fronts the railway station.
- Attractive gardens fronted the houses.
- We may argue among ourselves, but against the management we must present a united front.
- Well aware of the danger he was in, the guerrilla put up a bold front and kept a stiff upper lip.
- The hotels front onto the sea.
- Someone else will front for him in court.
- The man sitting in front of me is asleep.
- Can you see a red car in front of that house?
- in front of
在…面前 in the presence of
- in the front of
在最前面; 在最重要的位置 in the most forward or important position
- out front
〈非正〉在观众席中 in or among the people watching a theatrical or other performance
- up front
〈非正〉在前锋位置 in the most forward position
- front for (v.+prep.)
对…负责 be responsible for
- front on (v.+prep.)
朝向 face towards
front on sth
The hotel fronts on the main road.
The shop fronts on the main street.
- front with (v.+prep.)
用…作正面 supply with a front
front sth with sth
They fronted the building with red brick.
The house is fronted with stone.
- change front 改变方向
- come to the front 出风头,出名
- look to front 往前看
- form a front against 组成反对…的战线
- go to the front 上前线
- start for the front 出发上战场
- water front (城镇)靠海(湖)的一边
- in front 前面
- in front of 在…前面
- in the front of 在…前面
- upon the front of 在正面
- at the front 在前线
- soldiers at the front 前线的战士
- news from the front 来自前线的消息
- on the front 在…战线
Till thrice the sun his rising front has shown.出自： W. Jones
Having a few small Rooms fronting outward.出自： H. Maundrell
The balcony fronted on the swollen river.出自： W. Golding