Noun(1) the part of a scene that is near the viewer(2) (computer science
Verb(1) move into the foreground to make more visible or prominent
(1) Things change for the second disk, where the static is pushed more prominently into the foreground , at times even obscuring or occluding the loop's march forward.(2) The limitations of the Geraldton Harbour are demonstrated by the vessel in the foreground of this picture.(3) This removes the foreground from view and treats the landscape as a panoramic vista rather than a visual extension of the interior space.(4) In the foreground of the first photograph are Murray, his two sons and his best man, the huge luxury boat occupying most of the background belongs to Roman Abramovic, a man who has bought his football success.(5) issues which have occupied the political foreground in recent years(6) whenever books are chosen for children, meaning should always be in the foreground(7) No matter, as one antitrust case fades another begins to move into the foreground .(8) They also inform the wider ontology of war in verse that emerges into the foreground of military victory to ask unanswered questions about race and class.(9) His approach, though, put the texts in the foreground against the backdrop of a social context, and my own is somewhat different.(10) Every inch of the canvas is worked to its ultimate conclusion, with the foreground and background given the same intensity of observation and attention.(11) Mr Daley says the fact that one of the characters in the foreground of the picture is looking through a telescope towards the far right of the picture is evidence that Turner included a second boat in his original.(12) Although the central character is the man running in the foreground , the picture isn't really about him at all.(13) It may not occupy much of the foreground of my life, but the middle - and back-ground would be drabber without it.(14) What is thrust in the foreground are family values, political ideology, and the endurance of the human spirit.(15) With the Florida Supreme Court decision ordering a hand count of tens of thousands of ballots across the state, the basic issue in the US election crisis has been thrust to the foreground .(16) In the foreground of the Minneapolis picture Titian, Michelangelo, Clovio and Raphael turn away from the scene to look at something Clovio is pointing out in the distance.
(1) foreground :: 前景
1. front ::
2. fore ::
3. highlight ::
4. spotlight ::
5. play up ::
Different Formsforeground, foregrounded, foregrounding, foregrounds
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