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How to use frontline in a sentence
From people that are by your side every day, to people who are on the frontlines.
For now, the focus is on getting 30 million health-care and frontline workers vaccinated.India is betting on glitchy software to inoculate 300 million people by August|Lindsay Muscato|February 10, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Genesis has been on the frontlines during this pandemic with our leadership and employees working around the clock to keep our patients, residents and staff members as safe as possible.Sen. Warren calls Genesis Healthcare executive bonus act of ‘unfathomable greed’|Will Englund|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
Nurses and other frontline workers rallied to the call for volunteers to distribute vaccines almost immediately.I jumped the queue to get an expiring vaccine. Did I do the right thing?|Niall Firth|February 1, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Duckett gave frontline employees five additional paid days off and kept their pay the same even if their hours were reduced.
Such is the view from the Pech Valley in Kunar, a frontline that appears to be holding against substantial odds.Heart of Darkness: Into Afghanistan’s Taliban Valley|Matt Trevithick, Daniel Seckman|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“We are here in the frontline of the fight against Ebola; it is the first line of defense,” Duvillier continues.
A guardsman told him to get on the bus, and the frontline express drove on again to Mariupol.
After talking to several drivers and passengers, I decided to climb on the frontline express myself.
For James, journalism was bearing witness, especially when it comes to frontline coverage.
This sector was calm enough, as frontline sectors go, when we took it over.The Glory of The Coming|Irvin S. Cobb
A wonderfully short time ago he was quite a little boy; now he was in a frontline trench.Tales of War|Lord Dunsany
British Dictionary definitions for frontline
- of, relating to, or suitable for the front line of a military formationfrontline troops
- British of, relating to, or suitable for public service and business employees who are in direct contact with the publicfrontline staff
- to the fore; advanced, conspicuous, etcfrontline news
- of or relating to a country bordering on or close to a hostile country or scene of armed conflictleaders of the frontline states attended the summit