Leading; first in a competition: universally considered to be the GOP’s front-running candidate (1940s+ fr racing)
A type of fraud in which a trader withholds a large customer order so that he can personally profit from its effect on the market: found David E Sitzmann guilty on eight counts of ”frontrunning” in the live cattle and live hog futures markets (1980s+ Commodities market)
- Front side bus
hardware (FSB) The bus via which a processor communicates with its RAM and chipset; one half of the Dual Independent Bus (the other half being the backside bus). The L2 cache is usually on the FSB, unless it is on the same chip as the processor [example?]. In PCI systems, the PCI bus runs at […]
[fruhnt-stawl] /ˈfrʌntˌstɔl/ noun, Armor. 1. .
- Front up
verb (informal) 1. (transitive) to pay (money) at the beginning of a business arrangement 2. to give one’s best effort, esp in a physical contest: we have to front up in the scrum if we want to beat the All Blacks
noun, Gymnastics. 1. See under (def 4). [wawk-oh-ver] /ˈwɔkˌoʊ vər/ noun 1. Racing. a walking or trotting over the course by a contestant who is the only starter. 2. an unopposed or easy victory. 3. any task easily done. 4. Gymnastics. a vertical rotation of the body from a standing position, performed by leaning forward […]