Noun(1) front part of a vessel or aircraft
Adjective(1) situated at or toward the bow of a vessel
Adverb(1) near or toward the bow of a ship or cockpit of a plane, or forward
(1) Crabs are sun lovers, but can be placed at the fore of taller shade trees.(2) Suddenly, the red glare that filled the bridge of the Red Warrior disappeared; eyes were wide and jaws were hanging open as the crew gazed out the fore view ports.(3) The fore of the vessel was dominated by a large sinister-looking cone, covered in windows, circuits, cargobays doors and a several coats of golden paint.(4) If Crosman has made any changes to this thing in 20 years, I think it was limited to replacing the crummy wood grip and fore end with crummy-looking wood-grain plastic.(5) The aim is to ensure that the business interests and economic viability of the town are at the fore of any decisions made on future implementation of these plans.(6) The performance is taut, the tension is intense, and the timpani and trombones are given their rightful place in the fore of the score.(7) Lightning and thunder spooked the horses more than we had anticipated, and though we tried to retain control of the animals, they bolted, the three of us gripping the fore ridge of our saddles as the horses raced on and on.(8) Politicians are at the fore of the lawbreakers even though they are required to protect it most because they legislate the various rules and regulations designed to ensure social justice.(9) The Lady of Dreams slowed to a crawl, and the fore section split apart down a seam in the middle that ended where the huge smiley-face began.(10) His Mare's Leg sure looked deadly hung on a hook on his belt by the saddle ring while the fore end snapped into a spring clip on his leg.(11) Accuracy went north after the fore stock slightly warped away from the barrel, essentially free-floating it.(12) Mom and Dad pedaled aft while my brother, Kevin, and I perched on the fore seats, entrusted with the task of steering.(13) Geologist Ward and astronomer Brownlee are at the fore of this exciting new field and join forces here to illuminate likely scenarios for the end of Earth.(14) He called on the relevant Ministers to introduce structures that would enable Regional Authorities to be the democratic fore for local input into the health services.(15) The divine light guides him to the fore, even if it is the fore of the sacrificial altar.(16) The shooting hand holds the rifle above the pistol grip and the fore end of the stock is cradled in the crook of the left arm.
(1) come to the fore :: 前面に来ます
1. forward ::
2. stem ::
3. prow ::
4. bow ::
Different Formsfore, fores
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