at the front
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at the front(
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thuh
 
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (used to refer to the foremost part)
a. adelante
I like sitting at the front so I can hear the professor better.Me gusta sentarme adelante así puedo escuchar bien al profesor.
b. al frente
Can you see us? We're at the front, very close to the stage.¿Nos puedes ver? Estamos al frente, muy cerca del escenario.
c. en la parte de adelante
The radar is located at the front of the cabin.El radar está ubicado en la parte de adelante de la cabina.
d. en la parte delantera
That old woman always sits at the front of the bus and talks with the driver.Esa anciana siempre se sienta en la parte delantera del autobús y habla con el conductor.
e. al principio
We're already standing in line. We're at the front.Ya estamos esperando en la fila. Estamos al principio.
f.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Hamilton has passed Vettel and is now at the front.Hamilton pasó a Vettel y ahora lleva la delantera.
The tank at the front of the formation rolled over a landmine.El tanque que iba primero pasó por arriba de una mina.
2. (used to talk about a battle front)
a. en el frente
We must support our soldiers who are fighting at the front.Debemos apoyar a nuestros soldados que están combatiendo en el frente.
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