[ UK /fˈɔːfɹʌnt/ ]
[ US /ˈfɔɹˌfɹənt/ ]
  1. the position of greatest importance or advancement; the leading position in any movement or field
    the Cotswolds were once at the forefront of woollen manufacturing in England
    the idea of motion was always to the forefront of his mind and central to his philosophy
  2. the part in the front or nearest the viewer
    he was at the head of the column
    he was in the forefront
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How To Use forefront In A Sentence

  • His team are at the forefront of scientific research into vaccines.
  • The company has always been at the forefront of science and technology.
  • Martin Jones has been at the forefront of bioarchaeology as the subject has matured in the 1980s and 1990s.
  • It is also in the forefront of the drive to transmit television via broadband.
  • They should be at the forefront of the opposition to diquat use. The Daily News Tribune Homepage RSS
  • Her dedication and commitment to the pupils over the past seven years has brought the school to the forefront in many areas.
  • They have been at the forefront of the campaign for political change.
  • And at the forefront of that response is bilingualism. Houston Chronicle
  • At the time, Salten was his conservative counter force at the New Free Press, the paper on the forefront of war propaganda, and wrote feuilletons.
  • It's the women who are at the forefront of all the bloodshed, it's the women who have to carry the can and take the flak.
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