Definition of 'front-runner'
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From: Nell Fenton To: Charlotte Bailey Re: Ollie definite front runner AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)
He has won at the track over fences but likes to race close to the pace and not many front-runners win at the meeting. The Sun (2012)That makeover is the sole reason she is now the party's front-runner for the presidential nomination. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Early front-runner is the interfering Carole. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Used Rarely. front runner is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'front-runner'
British English: front-runner NOUN
In a competition or contest, the front-runner is the person who seems most likely to win it.
Neither of the front-runners in the presidential election is a mainstream politician.
Definition of front-runner from the Collins English Dictionary
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