• US /frʌnt/
  • UK /frʌnt/
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  • n. 假象; 前線; 氣團;
  • v. 前部; 帶領團隊;
  • adj. 前面的;
  • His politeness is just a front for his evil nature
  • My grandfather was sent to the front in 1941 at the age of seventeen
  • The cold front is moving from the north and the weather will become colder
  • Our offices front the central park
  • I wonder, who will front the band now since their leader has left?
  • Please sit in the front seat
  1. Put on a fake or false personality; not keeping it real.
    Don't front.
  2. The act of acting like you are somebody else. To think and act like you are a badass when you are not. To get in somebody's face.
    "Don't front motherfucker!"
  3. 1. Used as mentioned above to advance someone drugs to sell. 2. To advance somone money. 3. To buy something for someone with anticipation of being paid back.
    1. he fronted me a "dubbie" to flip 2. Yo T-bone, front me some cash so I can buy this, yo. 3. hey man, do you think you can front for me and pick those rims up?
  4. Pretend; Lie; More talk than action; Falsely represent.
    Quit frontin' like your down when your really not.
  5. removable gold or platinum teeth that go over top your real teeth
    When I go out, I always rock my chain and fronts.
  6. 1. (v) To pretend you are someone you are not 2. (n) The act of [frontin]
    1. Why you acting like that? Don't front. 2. We're in the front.
  7. something that covers up a mafia family's real "business"
    in the "godfather" movie, the corleone family's front is an olive oil business
  8. Gold teeth, or caps which originated in Brooklyn/Queens NYC back in the late 70's early 80s. Then B-more picked it up, now the Dirty South is rocking Fronts.
    Gold fronts started in NY. Bust the old school spitage: "Well that's true that's why we never have know Beef so I washed off the soap and brushed the Gold teeth" Slick Rick Ladi Dadi 1984 "I got Gold teeth and they don't chew beef" Big Daddy Kane Young Gifted and Black 1989
  9. To advance someone drugs until they can pay you back.
    "hey dawg, can you front me a 20 sack or not?"
  10. To make a loan or advance of funds.
    I can front you some money and you can pay me back on Friday.