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house/building fronts (=the parts that face the road)
Attach a recent photograph to the front of your application.
a book with a picture of a tiger on the front
The dress had buttons down the front.
The glasses are in the cabinet near the front.
Tom was sitting at the front of the bus.
the man at the front of the line
If you can't see the blackboard, come and sit at the front.
He had signed his name in the front of the book.
This is the American English definition of front. View British English definition of front.
the long central part of a church where people sit
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