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American English: /fɔr/
British English: /fɔː/

Translation of fore in Spanish:


  • to come to the fore (issue)
    saltar a primera plana
    he came to the fore in the twenties
    empezó a destacar(se) durante los años veinte
    she's always well to the fore in any discussion of the subject
    siempre ocupa un lugar preponderante en cualquier debate sobre el tema


  • (before noun)
    de proa
    the fore part of the ship
    la proa del barco
    Example sentences
    • For all parents and offspring we therefore measured left and right wing length and width and hind, mid, and fore tibia length.
    • He wasn't authorized to do so, but he had installed a pair of Laser Canons on his fore stern.
    • 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.


  • ¡fore!

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