One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1At or to the front; in front.‘two station wagons stopped out front’
- ‘The two are standing in front of an alley way right out front of he hotel when three people attack Adam from behind.’
- ‘Of course, on the continent, a restaurant is only half a restaurant if it doesn't have seating out front.’
- ‘Suddenly the wind hit, overtaking the chalet, shaking the wooden balcony out front, and swirling inside, filling the room.’
- ‘Sitting out front, and watching Kyle play brought back all the happy memories.’
- ‘In no time, she was back out front, tossing everything into the back seat and climbing in.’
- ‘A few people went swimming, a few played football out front, and a few watched TV.’
- ‘There is city Bus stop out front, and seniors ride free.’
- ‘She walked out into the main room and squinted out the window, watching a green truck park out front.’
- ‘Think of it like this: You and I face each other in a front stance, each with our left leg out front.’
- ‘They have also taken to stopping when she is out front to verbally abuse her and egg her on.’
- 1.1 In the auditorium of a theatre.‘when Kieran did a soundcheck, I'd find a seat out front to watch’
- ‘The time for the concert to start approached and he asked Rebecca if she had intended to sit back stage or out front.’
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