front

listen to the pronunciation of front
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} yönelmek
ön

Evimin önünde bir göl var. - There is a lake in front of my house.

Araba, binanın önüne park edildi. - The car is parked in front of the building.

cephe

Doğa bütün cephelerde saldırı altında. - Nature is under attack on all fronts.

Doğu cephesinde savaşı kaybettiler. - They lost the war on the eastern front.

{f} cephesini düzenlemek
çehre
ön cephe
alnaç
(Havacılık) ara yüzey
önünde bulunmak
önüne

Tom Mary'nin önüne koyduğu şeyi yer. - Tom eats anything Mary puts in front of him.

Araba, binanın önüne park edildi. - The car is parked in front of the building.

(Kanun) karşısına çıkmak
maske
önde bulunan
ile karşı karşıya olmak
önle ilgili
öndeki

O öndeki kızdan kopya çekerek testte hile yaptı. - He cheated on the test by copying from the girl in front.

önde yer alan
{f} önünde bulun
yaygın ve etkin politik hareket
önde gelen
en ön yer
paravana
kabak
-in karşısında olmak
-e bakmak
davranış
önemli mevki
yüz

Tom evinin önünde bir kargaşa duyabiliyordu, bu yüzden neler olduğunu görmek için dışarı çıktı. - Tom could hear a commotion in front of his house, so he went outside to see what was happening.

Gerçek onun yüzünün önünde. - The truth is in front of her face.

tavır
ön taraf

Otobüsün ön tarafında oturdum. - I sat in the front of the bus.

Tom ön tarafta Mary'yi bekliyor. - Tom is waiting for Mary out front.

hareket

Sürücü, önündeki araç hareket etmediği için bağırıyordu. - The driver was shouting because the car in front of him wasn't moving.

ön saf
{i} sima
(Askeri) CEPHE: Bir unsur tarafından bir yanın en ucundan, öbür yanın en ucuna kadar işgal edilen saha
{f} önderlik etmek
{f} dönmek
{f} yol göstermek
{i} alın

Danışmadan başka bir randevu alın. - Make another appointment at the front desk.

{f} on -e
(Tıp) Alın, frons
{i} paravan kişi
yol kenarı
{i} yüzsüzlük
{i} (havaya ait) cephe
{i} paravan şirket
{i} (göl, deniz v.b.'ne ait) kıyı, kenar
{i} arsızlık
{f} bakmak
{f} karşı olmak
(Askeri) Cephe (Enine)
{i} utanmazlık
sıra kendisinde ol
{i} (savaşta) cephe
(Dilbilim) ince
kenar
(Dilbilim) dil önü
önünü

Uyarı, önünüzdeki adam raporlu bir deli! - Warning, the guy in front of you is a certified nutter!

Kamyon arabamın önünü kesti. - The truck cut in front of my car.

cüret

Karımın önünde o şekilde konuşmaya nasıl cüret edersin! - How dare you talk that way in front of my wife!

front cashier
Ön kasiyer
front edge
(Tekstil) ön kenar
front end
(Otomotiv) ön taraf
front face
(Otomotiv) ön taraf
front feed
(Bilgisayar) önden besleme
front light
ön lamba
front mount
(Otomotiv) ön takoz
front office manager
önbüro müdürü
front page
gazet

O bu sabah her gazetenin ön sayfasında. - That's on the front page of every newspaper this morning.

Tom'un resmi bugünkü gazetenin ön sayfasındadır. - Tom's picture is on the front page of today's newspaper.

front panel
(Bilgisayar) ön panel
front plate
(İnşaat) ön plaka
front sight
tüfekte arpacık
front tray
(Bilgisayar) ön tepsi
front wall
bölme
front wall
(İnşaat) ön duvar
front wing
(Otomotiv) ön kanat
front axle
ön aks
front axle
ön dingil
front bumper
ön tampon
front door
ön kapı

Tom ön kapının çarptığını duydu. - Tom heard the front door slam.

Sana vuran adam ön kapıda. - The guy who hit you is at the front door.

front elevation
önden görünüş
front elevation
bina ön cephesi
front end fee
yönetim komisyonu
front end processor
ön uç işlemci
front entrance
ön giriş
front facade
alnaç
front facade
önyüz
front facade
cephe
front face
ön yüz
front fender
ön çamurluk
front headlight
ön far
front line
ön çizgi
front line
cephe

Birlikler cephe hatlarından çekildiler. - The troops were retired from the front lines.

front mudguard
ön çamurluk
front page
baş sayfa
front page
ön sayfa

Sen ön sayfayı yaptın. - You made the front page.

O bu sabah her gazetenin ön sayfasında. - That's on the front page of every newspaper this morning.

front radar scope
ön radar alanı
front view
önden görünüş
front wheel
ön tekerlek
front wing
ön çamurluk
front-benchers
bakanlar
front-wheel brake
ön tekerlek eğleci
front-wheel brake
ön eğleç
front-wheel drive
önden çekişli
front axle suspension
on dingil süspansiyonu
front beam
on kiriş
front bench
Avam kamarasında bakanlar sırası, on sıralar
front board
on board
front burner
on brülör
front drive shaft
on tahrik saftı
front elevation
bina on cephesi, önden görünüş
front end processor
on üç işlemci
front flap
on kapak
front fork
(bisiklet) on çatal
front garden
on bahçe
front hall
on salon
front hoof
on ayak
front line
Bir konuda, alanda, işte en önemli, en ileri yer
front loading
on yükleme
front loading washer
önden yüklemeli yıkayıcı
front matter
on mesele
front neck drop
(Tekstil) on yaka düşümü
front part of the chest
göğüs on bölümü
front paw
on pençe
front pilot (broaches)
(Mühendislik) on kılavuz
front porch
on düzlük, satır onu boşluğu
front porch
on sundurma
front projection
önden projeksiyon, önden gösterim
front radar scope
on radar alanı
front row
on sıra, en on sıra
front screen
on perde
front seat
on koltuk
front side
on yüzü
front side bus
(Bilgisayar) on veri yolu
front spar
on spar
front spring
on makas, on yay
front stage
Sahne onu, sahnenin on kısmı
front-end
(Bilgisayar) (Kullanıcının doğrudan kullandığı uygulamalar için) on üç
front-end loader
on üç yükleyici
front-of-house
on-of-house
front-page
Baş sayfa
front-runner
Rekortmen; favori, şansı en yüksek aday
front-runner
rekortmen
front desk
(Turizm) resepsiyon

Lütfen resepsiyonda değerli eşyalarınızı kontrol edin. - Please check your valuables at the front desk.

Resepsiyondan bir randevu daha al. - Make another appointment at the front desk.

front line
(Askeri) ileri hat
front office
ön ofis
front office
(Turizm) ön büro
front row
on sırada
fronting
(Sigorta) Sigorta veya reasürans yolu ile kabul edilen riskin herhangi bir kısmının, şirket konservasyonunda tutulmaksızın, tamamının reasürans yolu ile devredilmesi
fronting
(Sigorta) Fronting, bir sigorta şirketinin, faaliyet izni olmayan bir ülkede teminat verebilmek için, müşterisine o ülkede faaliyet izni bulunan bir sigorta şirketi aracılığıyla poliçe düzenletmesi
fronts
cephede

Almanya artık bir düşmanla iki cephede savaşmak zorunda kaldı. - Germany no longer had to fight an enemy on two fronts.

the front
on
front cover
servis kapağı
front door
sokak kapısı
front for
paravanlık etmek
front for
ön tarafı oluşturmak
front line
cephe hattı
front line
cephede görevli
front line
(Askeri) İLERİ HAT, CEPHE HATTI: Herhangi bir taktik durumda en çok ilerleyen birliklerin teşkil ettiği hat. Buna (line of battle) ve kısaca (line) da denir
front line
ask. cephe, cephe hattı, ileri hat
front page
gazet. baş sayfa. front-wheel drive oto. önden çekişli: This car's got front-wheel drive. Bu araba önden çekişli
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Located at or near the front

The front runner was thirty meters ahead of her nearest competitor.

To pronounce with the tongue in a front position

The velar plosives are often fronted through the influence of a following front vowel, and retracted through the influence of a following back vowel.

To act as a front (for); to cover (for)

Everybody knew Skopas fronted for the fight mob even though he was officially the arena manager.

The side of a building with the main entrance
To provide money or financial assistance in advance to

I'm prepared to say that I fronted you the money for a business deal with me, and the investment paid off brilliantly.

To adorn the front of; to have on the front

Three tiers of balconies fronted with roped columns supporting arched openings looked down on the marble hall.

To face up to, to meet head-on, to confront

What well-appointed leader fronts us here?.

The interface or transition zone between two airmasses of different density, often resulting in precipitation. Since the temperature distribution is the most important regulator of atmospheric density, a front almost invariably separates airmasses of different temperature
To face, be opposite to

She sat on a seat under the alders in the cricket ground, and fronted the evening.

To face (on, to), be pointed in a given direction

The palazzo has always fronted on a bus stop – but this putative man of the people has kindly put an end to that public service.

To assume false or disingenuous appearances

You know damned straight what this is about, or you ain't as smart as you been frontin'.

To move (a word or clause) to the start of a sentence
A person or institution acting as the public face of some other, covert group

Officially it's a dry-cleaning shop, but everyone knows it's front for the mafia.

When a combat situation does not exist or is not assumed, the direction toward which the command is faced
The lateral space occupied by an element measured from the extremity of one flank to the extremity of the other flank
to appear before, as in to front court
Of a vowel pronounced near the tip of the tongue
An area where armies are engaged in conflict, especially the line of contact
To lead or be the spokesperson of (a campaign, organisation etc.)

Ray Winstone is fronting a campaign for the Football Association that aims to stop pushy parents shouting abuse at their children during the grassroots football season.

A major military subdivision of the Soviet Army
An act, show, façade, persona: an intentional and false impression of oneself

You don't need to put on a front. Just be yourself.

The foremost side of something or the end that faces the direction it normally moves
The direction of the enemy
{v} to put in front, stand opposit to, oppose
{s} of or pertaining to a front; placed before something else; main (door); fore; forward; first (page); serving as a cover or disguise
The surface between two different air masses
In a war, the front is a line where two opposing armies are facing each other. Sonja's husband is fighting at the front. see also front line
To lead or be the spokesperson of a group
{ü} turn to the front! face forward!
the part of something that is nearest to the normal viewer; "he walked to the front of the stage"
the edge of an air mass
The most conspicuous part
Fronts are boundaries between masses of warm and cold air in a depression
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
The part or surface of anything which seems to look out, or to be directed forward; the fore or forward part; the foremost rank; the van; the opposite to back or rear; as, the front of a house; the front of an army
The transition zone between two distinct airmasses The basic frontal types are cold fronts, warm fronts and occluded fronts
Someone who is in front in a competition or contest at a particular point is winning at that point. Richard Dunwoody is in front in the jockeys' title race Some preliminary polls show him out in front. = leading
Transition zone between air masses with different weather characteristics
To have or turn the face or front in any direction; as, the house fronts toward the east
A transition zone between two air masses of different densities
In relation to the weather, a front is a line where a mass of cold air meets a mass of warm air. A very active cold front brought dramatic weather changes to Kansas on Wednesday
the side that is seen or that goes first the outward appearance of a person; "he put up a bold front" the side that is forward or prominent the part of something that is nearest to the normal viewer; "he walked to the front of the stage" (meteorology) the atmospheric phenomenon created at the boundary between two different air masses a sphere of activity involving effort; "the Japanese were active last week on the diplomatic front"; "they advertise on many different fronts" confront bodily; "breast the storm" 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
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"
the outward appearance of a person; "he put up a bold front"
The transition zone or interface between two air masses of different densities, which usually means different temperatures For example, the area of convergence between warm, moist air and cool, dry air
If you do or say something in front of someone else, you do or say it when they are present. They never argued in front of their children He has been brought up not to swear in front of women
a swath of cloud and precipitation which is synoptic scale in length and at least large-mesoscale in breadth, and is associated with a significant horizontal temperature gradient in the low troposphere of an extratropical cyclone A front is called warm or cold depending on whether the warmer or colder air is advancing, and is called occluded when it connects the warm sector to a separated surface pressure minimum
v to position oneself, in order to block, in front of the attacker's arm
a sphere of activity involving effort; "the Japanese were active last week on the diplomatic front"; "they advertise on many different fronts"
A position directly before the face of a person, or before the foremost part of a thing; as, in front of un person, of the troops, or of a house
An area where masses of warm and cold air meet, often resulting in precipitation
To appear before; to meet
{i} foremost part; part that faces forward; forehead, face; outward appearance; facade, outer wall of a building; line of confrontation (as in a battle); seaside promenade; cover, disguise; movement, coalition; haughtiness
The middle of the upper part of the tongue, the part of the tongue which is more or less raised toward the palate in the pronunciation of certain sounds, as the vowel i in machine, e in bed, and consonant y in you
If a person or thing is in front, they are ahead of others in a moving group, or further forward than someone or something else. Officers will crack down on lunatic motorists who speed or drive too close to the car in front `What's with this guy?' demanded an American voice in the row in front
To face toward; to have the front toward; to confront; as, the house fronts the street
To stand opposed or opposite to, or over against as, his house fronts the church
The side or end of something that faces the direction it normally moves
To defend between the center forward and the player with the ball
relating to or located in the front; "the front lines"; "the front porch"
The call boy whose turn it is to answer the call, which is often the word "front," used as an exclamation
The boundary or transition zone between two different air masses The basic frontal types are cold fronts, warm fronts, and occluded fronts
On the home front or on the domestic front means with regard to your own country rather than foreign countries. Its present economic ills on the home front are largely the result of overspending On the domestic front, the president got his way with his budget proposals. frontispiece. In meteorology, the interface or transition zone between two air masses of different density and temperature. Frontal zones are frequently accompanied by low barometric pressure, marked changes in wind direction and relative humidity, and considerable cloudiness and precipitation. Islamic Salvation Front Front Islamique du Salut FIS National Liberation Front popular front Stresa Front wave front Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia el Hamra and Río de Oro Popular Front for the Liberation of Oman Dhofar Liberation Front
A front is the dividing line between two air masses that have different densities and often different temperatures A moving front is labeled based on the temperature of the advancing air mass For example, the front would be labeled "cold" if it was colder air that was advancing
A boundary or transition zone between two air masses of different density, and thus (usually) of different temperature A moving front is named according to the advancing air mass, e g , cold front if colder air is advancing Fronts can be a region of localised lifting, leading to rainfall or thunderstorms
In meteorology, generally, the interface or boundary between two air masses of different density Since the temperature distribution is the most important regulator of atmospheric density, this front almost invariably separates air masses of different temperatures Fronts receive their names from the movement of the air masses involved A cold front is the leading edge of an advancing mass of cold air A warm front is the trailing edge of a retreating mass of cold air When an air mass boundary is neither advancing nor retreating along the surface, the front is called a stationary front An occluded front occurs when a cold front overtakes a warm front at the surface and a temperature contrast exists between the advancing and retreating cold air masses
The interface or transition zone between two airmasses of different density. Since the temperature distribution is the most important regulator of atmospheric density, a front almost invariably separates airmasses of different temperature. Fronts receive their names from the movement of the air masses involved
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A boundary between two different air masses The difference between two air masses sometimes is unnoticeable But when the colliding air masses have very different temperatures and amounts of water in them, turbulent weather can erupt
The call boy whose turn it is to answer the call, which is often the word "front,"
front and center
At the center of attention
front and center
A command to come to the center of attention of an assemblage, as of military personnel or students
front bench
In the House of Commons, either of two benches nearest the floor of the chamber, one occupied by the members of the Cabinet and the other by the Shadow Cabinet
front bench
Those Members of Parliament occupying the front benches
front bottom
the female genitalia
front bottoms
plural form of front bottom
front crawl
A style of swimming where the swimmer is face-down in the water and moves the arms in alternating overhead strokes
front door
The normal portal page to a website
front door
The path of a pitch which starts inside and then slides over the plate

His front door slider is hard to handle.

front door
The main entrance to a building or house, normally fronts onto a street
front doors
plural form of front door
front double biceps
A standard pose in which both sets of biceps and the abdominals are flexed, while one is facing the judges
front end
that part of a hardware or software system that is closest to the user
front ends
plural form of front end
front foot
The batsman's foot farthest from his wicket
front foot shot
A shot played by the batsman with most of his weight on the front foot
front group
a front organization that appears to be an independent voluntary association or charitable organization
front groups
plural form of front group
front line
A site of a conflict, effort, or controversial matter of any kind
front line
The site of interaction with outsiders, such as customers
front line
attack, collectively the attackers or forwards
front line
A front, or a boundary between opposing positions
front line
A low level
front lines
plural form of front line
front loader
An automatic washing machine in which the laundry is placed and retrieved through a (normally transparent) door in the front
front man
striker, attacker, forward
front man
The lead singer in a musical group

Pete Doherty is the front man of the Libertines.

front matter
Within a book, all content preceding the main text or work itself
front men
plural form of front man
front name
A person's given name

Because, yesterday everybody said ‘Dr. Lavendar.’ I didn’t think Doctor could be your front name. All the other people had front names.”.

front names
plural form of front name
front of house
The part of a restaurant, theatre, etc. presented to the public
front of the house
The portion of the house closer to the hog line
front organization
An organization which secretly acts as the public face of a covert group
front organizations
plural form of front organization
front page
Which appears on the front page of a publication

The new legislation was front page news.

front page
The first, and initially visible, page of a publication

Congratulations, Dave, you made the front page.''.

front page
So important as to warrant being put on the front page of newspapers

Amazing! This new revelation is front page material!.

front pages
plural form of front page
front ring
The 12-foot diameter circle outermost in the house
front room
(British (formerly?)) A room, normally at the front of the house and kept unusually tidy, reserved for entertaining guests or for special occasions
front room
A living room
front rooms
plural form of front room
front row
The row of players who participate in a scrum with direct contact with the opposing scrum
front row
In an auditorium or sports venue, the line of side-by-side seats closest to the stage, playing field, or other location where the activity of interest is occurring
front runner
The most likely winners in a contest, election, etc

According to the media, she is the front-runner in the forthcoming election.

front running
The practice of placing orders for a security on one's own account in advance of promoting or recommending it
front running
Any practice of buying something the value of which is about to increase due to a future purchase by another, especially where the knowledge derives from a fiduciary relationship
front running
The practice of a stockbroker, when they receive a large client order, placing an order for their own account ahead of the client's, knowing when the client's is placed it will move the market and create a profit for the broker
front vowel
Any vowel sound produced in the front of the mouth. Examples: "a" in “man” and "e" in “gel”
front wall
The main and largest wall in a racquetball or squash court, which the ball must hit in a rally
front walls
plural form of front wall
front yard
A yard to the front of a house or similar residence, typically having a lawn and often trees, shrubs, and/or flowers
front yards
plural form of front yard
front-end
Alternative form of front end
front-end loader
a kind of four-wheeled tractor, often yellow, used in construction, which has a one-man cabin and a large scoop at the front which can be used to dig up dirt or other material
front-end loader
the scoop of a front-end loader
front-line
Alternative spelling of front line
front-organization
Attributive form of front organization, noun

If we're going to hide effectively, we've got to get rid of this front-organization mentality.

front-runner
Alternative spelling of front runner
front-running
Alternative spelling of front running
front-wheel drive
Engine layout in motor vehicles where only the front wheels are driven
front line
Musicians appearing directly in front of the audience, not blocked from view by another row of musicians This designation is sometimes used to separate hornmen (because they stand in front of a combo) from accompanists (who usually appear to the rear of the hornmen) Search Google com for Front line
front line
Someone who is in the front line has to play a very important part in defending or achieving something. Information officers are in the front line of putting across government policies
front end
Of or relating to the forward parts of a vehicle: a front-end alignment
front line
the most advanced, responsible, or visible position in a field or activity
front line
a.) a military line formed by the most advanced tactical combat. b.) an area of potential or actual conflict or struggle
front row
first row
front side bus
(Bilgisayar) In personal computers, the front side bus (FSB) is the bus that carries data between the CPU and the northbridge
front-end
(Bilgisayar) Front end and back end are generalized terms that refer to the initial and the end stages of a process.The front end is responsible for collecting input in various forms from the user and processing it to conform to a specification the back end can use. The front end is an interface between the user and the back end
front to front
one frontal section facing another
fronting
A phonological relationship where a front vowel is found in place of a relative back vowel in an inflected form of a word
fronting
An analogous relationship between the vowel sounds in a dialect of a language relative to the language standard or an earlier form of the language
fronted
{a} made with or having a front, opposed
front desk
The registration and reception desk in a hotel or large organization
front end
Of or relating to the initial phase of a project: a front-end investment
The front
fore
To the front
omote
front cover
front outer covering (of a book, magazine, etc.)
front desk
the desk where visitors go when they arrive at a hotel or organization
front desk
reception desk, guest registration desk at a hotel
front door
The front door of a house or other building is the main door, which is usually in the wall that faces a street. the main entrance door to a house, at the front back door
front door
exterior door (at the entrance) at the front of a building
front door
entrance door, main entrance
front end
In semiconductor manufacturing, the fabrication process in which the integrated circuit is formed in and on the wafer Compare back end
front end
the side that is forward or prominent
front end
A user interface which facilitates communication with another computer, or the working aspect of an application
front end
The client interface In other words, the "front" side of a client-server application that directly communicates with the user
front end
often refers to the early stages of C++ compilation, such as parsing and semantic analysis
front end
The part of a software program that a user sees and interacts with The front end has to be carefully designed to be clear and straightforward to use
front end
The RF input stages of a receiver Back to top GaAsFET A type of low noise RF transistor sometimes used in wireless microphone receivers
front end
In Komag's manufacturing process, the front end is the initial process that includes the sizing and polishing of substrates, and the subsequent nickel plating and polishing of such substrates
front end
The part of an application users see and interact with It can contain user interface elements as well as code
front end
An area of the vehicle which includes the front bumper, grille, hood, fenders and headlamps
front end
The part of the store devoted to the checkouts
front end
Front end refers to all the hardware and software - the scanner and computer workstation up to but not including the output device
front end
The first radio-frequency amplifier stage in a receiver One of the most critical components of the receiver because the sensitivity of the front end dictates the sensitivity of the entire receiver
front end
A modular package containing a radio-frequency (r f ) amplifier and any associated cryogenic systems, routers and converters (mixers), whose input is the voltage from a receptor and whose output is an intermediate-frequency (i f ) signal In some antenna systems, a feed and associated receptors are also packaged with a front end module, in an integrated front end box See also local oscillator
front end
In a client/server application, front end refers to the part of the program carried out on the client computer
front end
In a computer network, this specialized pre-processor relieves a host computer of a task such as line control, message handling, code conversion, or error control "'Front end" could also refer to a specific system that is placed in front of another system, such as a voice prompting unit in front of a PBX-ACD unit
front end
In the client/server model, the front-end part refers to the client side; it's where the user views and interacts with information from a server; for the Web, browsers provide the front end that communicates with Web servers on the back end FTP (File Transfer Protocol): The common procedure used for downloading and uploading files over the Internet With FTP you can login to another Internet site and transfer (meaning, send or receive) files Some sites have public file archives that you can access by using FTP with the account name "anonymous" and your e-mail address as the password This type of access is called anonymous FTP Macintosh owners use a program called Fetch; one of the best FTP programs for Windows is called WS-FTP
front end
The returns that come in as a result of a mailing, TV promo etc This may be paid or unpaid, but does not determine the end results
front end
part of a program which is responsible for the user interface
front end
The RF input stages of a receiver
front end
The user interface that appears on a Web page and allows a visitor to the site to interact with dynamic features, including databases, shopping cart programs, and online purchase processing software
front end
The client part of a client/server application that requests services across a network from a server, or back end It typically provides an interactive interface to the user, for example, a data entry front end, allowing data to be entered into a server through the use of SQL
front end
When used with database management systems, an application, a window, or a set of windows by which the user may access and view database records, as well as add to or edit them
front line
The front line is the place where two opposing armies are facing each other and where fighting is going on. a massive concentration of soldiers on the front line
front line
A casino term for Pass Line
front line
A front line state shares a border with a country that it is at war with or is in conflict with. the front-line states bordering South Africa
front line
the line along which opposing armies face each other
front line
An Australian Customs initiative whereby the ACS forms partnerships with approved importers, customs brokers, shipping companies and the like to jointly detect and report smuggling, especially narcotics and other dangerous goods, false declarations, etc
front line
boundary between two different positions (in a war, politics, etc.)
front line
Refers to the Pass Line
front office
A merchant's system containing a store and its contents It generates electronic offers, and validates electronic receipts See also back office
front office
The activities carried out by the dealer , normal trading activities
front office
Refers to revenue generating sales personnel in a brokerage, insurance, or other financial services operation
front office
The executive or policymaking officers of an organization. the people in a business who manage things or who deal directly with the public back office
front office
The functions of an organization that interact on a daily or normal basis with outside entities such as customers and prospects
front office
adj Referring to those activities that take place with customers or the general public See also back office
front office
Term used to identify brokerage industry personnel who deal directly with the public, such as sales and trading personnel
front office
The activities carried out by the dealer, normal trading activities
front office
All the (usually physical) locations where customers are able to gain access to a supplier's products and services, such as travel agencies, bank branches and insurance brokers
front page
An Editor program designed to facilitate the design of a Webpage for the Internet Also sometimes refereed to as the first page of a Website
front page
A Microsoft web page authoring package that allows viewing of web site links and creation of web pages without having to know HTML
front page
Another wonderful Microsoft© product This is a WYSIWYG editor That reads: What You See Is What You Get Front Page is software built for web publishing and it allows HTML 'programmers' a visual way of creating web documents It has fairly decent capabilities for building those nasty, but essential tables It also allows users to FTP documents to a web server, which is actually when you can view your creation on the web
front page
An odd-numbered ordinal page
front page
(Microsoft web authoring program Hidden Tips for using Front Page or Front Page 2000 tutorial (ACTDEN)
front page
a Web editor software program included as part of the Microsoft Office package It is available for use by the I D Weeks community from computers on the 1st floor - Computer Workstations and in TLC (Technology Literacy Center) on the 2nd floor
front page
first page (of a newspaper, etc.); of consequence, important, newsworthy
front page
Front Page is an HTML editor made by Microsoft It is commonly used to create web pages
front page
A WYSIWYG (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) editor for designing and maintaining web pages Front Page Server Extension Support In order to use a site designed with Front Page, the virtual server you have must support the appropriate server extensions
front page
head page
front room
the main room in a house where you usually sit = living room
front room
a room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax
fronted
past of front
fronted
Formed with a front; drawn up in line
fronting
Usually signifies abutting, adjoining, or bordering on, depending on the context Land abutting on a highway, river, seashore or the like The land extending along a road, street, river, canal or ocean The term, as used in statutes relating to assessments for improvements, indicates that there is no intervening land
fronting
Defensive positioning whereby the hole guard gets in the passing lane (between the ball and the hole set), thereby preventing the hole set from receiving a pass
fronting
An agreement whereby one insurance company issues a policy for a second insurance company in return for a fee
fronting
Most commonly refers to the practice of a non-admitted insurer (or an insured with a captive insurance company) contracting with a licensed insurer to issue an insurance policy for regulatory or certification purposes
fronting
An Insider who has control of the body is said to be Fronting
fronting
A defensive tactic where the player stands between the thrower and receiver, facing the receiver Can be broken by the German
fronting
defensive positioning whereby the hole guard gets in the passing lane (between the ball and the hold set), thereby preventing the hole set from receiving a pass
fronting
A procedure in which a primary insurer acts as the insurer of record by issuing a policy, but then passes the entire risk to a reinsurer in exchange for a commission Often, the fronting insurer is licensed to do business in a state or country where the risk is located, but the reinsurer is not The reinsurer in this scenario is often a captive or an independent insurance company that cannot sell insurance directly in a particular country
fronting
present participle of front
fronting
- Most commonly refers to the practice of a non-admitted insurer (or an insured with a captive insurance company) contracting with a licensed insurer to issue an insurance policy for regulatory or certification purposes
fronting
Arrangements by which an authorized insurer, for a specified fee or premium, issues its policies to cover certain risks underwritten or otherwise managed by unauthorized insurers and then transfers all, or substantially all, of its liability to such unauthorized insurers by means of reinsurance
fronting
The practice, in reinsurance, of the ceding company retaining only a small portion of a risk and ceding the remainder to a reinsurer
fronts
plural of front
front
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