frontline

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See also: front-line and front line

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front +‎ line

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frontline (not comparable)

  1. (military) Located at a front
  2. Most advanced or important
    • 2019 November 6, “RMT criticises LNER Azumas over "inadequate facilities"”, in Rail, page 19:
      Concerns have been raised about available luggage space, with Cash remarking: "With the upcoming Christmas period there will likely be a large increase in health and safety issues and stress for frontline staff."

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frontline (plural frontlines)

  1. Alternative spelling of front line

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