[adjective fruhnt-lohd; verb fruhnt-lohd] /adjective ˈfrʌntˌloʊd; verb ˈfrʌntˈloʊd/
Also, front-loaded. (def 1).
verb (used with object)
to load or fill from the front:
to front-load a washing machine; to front-load a video recorder.
to put in from the front; insert:
to front-load eight pounds of clothing; to front-load a cassette.
to make fees, costs, commissions, etc., applicable at the beginning of (a contract, designated period, or the like):
The striking teachers prefer to front-load their fringe benefits.
to concentrate maximum effort on (an activity) at the outset:
The politician front-loaded his campaigning.
[fruhnt-loh-der] /ˈfrʌntˌloʊ dər/ noun 1. . 2. . noun 1. a machine or appliance, as a washing machine, loaded and unloaded through an opening in the front (as distinguished from a top loader). noun 1. a washing machine with a door at the front which opens one side of the drum into which washing is […]
[fruhnt-loh-ding] /ˈfrʌntˌloʊ dɪŋ/ adjective 1. designed to be loaded, supplied, or tended from the front: a front-loading washer; a front-loading VCR. noun 2. the practice of expending maximum effort, collecting a fee, interest, or commissions, etc., as early as possible: the front-loading of commissions on insurance premiums. [adjective fruhnt-lohd; verb fruhnt-lohd] /adjective ˈfrʌntˌloʊd; verb ˈfrʌntˈloʊd/ […]
[fruhnt-man] /ˈfrʌntˌmæn/ noun, plural frontmen [fruhnt-men] /ˈfrʌntˌmɛn/ (Show IPA) 1. a performer, as a singer, who leads a musical group. 2. a person who serves as the nominal head of an organization and who represents it publicly.
noun, Printing. 1. all material in a book that precedes the text proper, as the title page, copyright page, table of contents, dedication, and preface. noun 1. another name for prelims (sense 1)