Phrasal verbs start with Front (Phrasal Verbs With Front). A Phrasal verb like Front for, Front off, Front onto, Front out, Front up, and more.
Phrasal Verbs With Front
Meaning: Represent someone, especially when covering illegal or wrongful activities
Example: The solicitor fronts for a number of criminal gangs.
Meaning: Confront someone and let them know you are prepared to fight
Example: The two guys fronted each other off, but someone managed to calm them down before it got out of hand.
Meaning: Face (of a building)
Example: All the apartments front onto the sea.
Meaning: Face up to someone, withstand criticism
Example: He accused her of lying, but she fronted him out.
Meaning: Appear somewhere for a short time
Example: She fronted up the money we needed.