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forefront noun the forefront

VERB + FOREFRONT remain at/in Education remains at the forefront of the state's planning. | keep sb/sth at/in/to | come into/to She came to the forefront as governor after the political change. | bring sb/sth to, place sb/sth at/in/to, push sb/sth into/to, put sb/sth (back) at/in, take sb/sth into/to, thrust sb/sth into/to The new factory could put the town back at the forefront of steelmaking.

PREP. at/in the ~ (of) issues at the forefront of government policy

PHRASES at/in/to the forefront of sb's mind This question remained at the forefront of her mind.