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German - English (British) translations for "Front"

"Front" German translation





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Meaning: Front (military)

Die Soldaten stehen an der Front.

The soldiers are at the front.

Meaning: Front (weather)

Eine Kaltfront zieht über das Land.

A cold front is moving across the country.

Meaning: Front (car)

Der Wagen hat eine Frontkollision gehabt.

The car has had a front collision.

Meaning: Front (building)

Das Gebäude hat eine schöne Frontansicht.

The building has a beautiful front view.

Meaning: Front (computer science)

Die Webseite hat ein ansprechendes Front-End Design.

The website has an appealing front-end design.


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A1: Die Front des Hauses ist rot.

The front of the house is red.

A1: Ich stehe an der Front der Schlange.

I am standing at the front of the line.

A1: Die Soldaten kämpfen an vorderster Front.

The soldiers are fighting on the front lines.

B1: Der Sturm hat das Dach an der Front beschädigt.

The storm damaged the roof at the front.

B1: Die Front des Autos wurde bei dem Unfall zerstört.

The front of the car was destroyed in the accident.

B1: Er arbeitet als Arzt an der medizinischen Front.

He works as a doctor on the medical front.

C1: Die Politiker müssen sich den Herausforderungen an der politischen Front stellen.

Politicians must face the challenges on the political front.

C1: Das Unternehmen investiert viel in Forschung und Entwicklung, um an der technologischen Front führend zu sein.

The company invests heavily in research and development to be at the forefront of technology.

C1: In den letzten Jahren gab es große Fortschritte auf der wissenschaftlichen Front.

There have been significant advances on the scientific front in recent years.

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The noun 'Front' in German refers to the front or forward-facing side of something, such as a building, vehicle, or object. It can also be used to describe the front line in a military context.

In everyday usage, 'Front' is commonly used to talk about the facade or exterior of a building. For example, you might say 'Die Front des Hauses ist sehr schön' (The front of the house is very beautiful).

In a military context, 'Front' is used to describe the area where opposing forces engage in combat. During World War II, for instance, there were Eastern and Western fronts. The term 'Front' can also be used metaphorically to describe a conflict or confrontation between two groups or ideologies.

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