come to the fore

come to the fore
reach the front; be noticed

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • come to the fore — verb To become obvious or visible. This issue came to the fore last century and has confounded politicians for many years …   Wiktionary

  • come into the fore — be prominent, stick out, come forward …   English contemporary dictionary

  • (be) to the fore — be/come to the ˈfore idiom (BrE) (NAmE be at the ˈfore) to be/become important and noticed by people; to play an important part • She has always been to the fore at moments of crisis. • …   Useful english dictionary

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  • step to the fore — verb make oneself visible; take action (Freq. 1) Young people should step to the fore and help their peers • Syn: ↑come to the fore, ↑step forward, ↑come forward, ↑step up, ↑come out • …   Useful english dictionary

  • to the fore — adverb (or adjective) 1. a. : within call b. : in a still surviving state : alive 2. : in available or ready condition used of money, credit, or other resources 3 …   Useful english dictionary

  • to the fore — into a position of importance The issue of taxation has once again come to the fore. The new legislation brings patients needs to the fore …   English dictionary

  • fore — To the fore was originally a Scottish and Anglo Irish phrase meaning ‘at hand, available, surviving’. It came into English literary use during the 19c, and in current standard English means ‘into view, to the front’. A person is said to have come …   Modern English usage

  • The New Aesthetics — is an art movement that stresses the material and physical processes in the making of visual art. Contents 1 Origins 2 Michael Paraskos and the Table Top Schools of Art 3 Is Your Artwork Really Necessary? …   Wikipedia

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