front-end


front-end
\\¦ ̷ ̷ ¦ ̷ ̷ \ adjective
: relating to or required at the beginning of an undertaking

take some time for the huge front-end investment to be paid off — Wall Street Journal

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frontˈ-endˈ noun
The aspects involved in the running of an operation, eg a website, that involve interaction with the public
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Main Entry:front

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front-end UK US adjective business
relating to the start of a business process or project

There is no front-end fee for the share plan.

Thesaurus: from or at the beginningsynonym

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front-end «FRUHNT ehnsmh>», adjective.
provided or paid in advance, especially to start a project: »

The report advocates front-end support which would involve large payments for R & D at the start (New Scientist).

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1.
adj. [attrib.] of or relating to the front of a car or other vehicle

front-end styling

informal (of money) paid or charged at the beginning of a transaction

a front-end fee

Computing (of a device or program) directly accessed by the user and allowing access to further devices, programs, or databases
2.
n. Computing a part of a computer or program that allows access to other parts

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ˈfront-end 7 [front-end] adjective only before noun (computing)
(of a device or program) directly used by a user, and allowing the user to use other devices or programs

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • front end — ˈfront end noun [singular] 1. COMMERCE if a company is at the front end of a business or activity, they have a lot of success, especially because they are producing a lot of new products: • He is experienced at dealing companies at the front end… …   Financial and business terms

  • front-end — [frunt′end′] adj. designating, of, or having to do with a contract, financial arrangement, etc. in which specified payments, costs, etc. are payable in advance * * * front end (frŭntʹĕnd ) adj. 1. Of or relating to the initial phase of a project …   Universalium

  • Front End —   [dt. »vorderes Ende«], bei einer Client Server Anwendung ein Teilprogramm, das auf einem Client läuft (im Gegenteil zum Back End, der auf dem Server läuft).   Als Front End bezeichnet man auch eine separate Benutzeroberfläche, mit der sich… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • front-end — UK US adjective FINANCE ► used to describe a charge that investors pay at the time when they put money into some types of investment: »This loan contains no front end sales charges. → Compare BACK END(Cf. ↑back end) …   Financial and business terms

  • front-end — ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to the front, especially of a vehicle. 2) informal (of money) paid or charged at the beginning of a transaction. 3) Computing (of a device or program) directly accessed by the user and allowing access to further devices or …   English terms dictionary

  • front-end — [frunt′end′] adj. designating, of, or having to do with a contract, financial arrangement, etc. in which specified payments, costs, etc. are payable in advance …   English World dictionary

  • front end — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms front end : singular front end plural front ends computing 1) the parts of a computer system that the user sees and uses 2) a front end processor …   English dictionary

  • front-end — adjective Date: 1962 relating to or required at the beginning of an undertaking < no front end charge at the time of investment > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • front-end — adjective 1》 informal (of money) paid or charged at the beginning of a transaction. 2》 Computing (of a device or program) directly accessed by the user and allowing access to further devices or programs. noun Computing the front end part of a… …   English new terms dictionary

  • front-end — UK / US adjective business relating to the start of a business process or project There is no front end fee for the share plan …   English dictionary


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