designed to be loaded, supplied, or tended from the front: a front-loading washer.
the act or practice of concentrating something at the beginning of a process or period: With the front-loading of commissions on insurance premiums, salespeople have less incentive to ensure that customers keep their policies for a long time.
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How to use front-loading in a sentence
This rule was put in place to stop the front-loading of the system.South Carolina's Republican Primary Won't Decide the Race | Rich Galen | January 21, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST