adjective Also upfront .
adverb Also up front .
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Origin of up-front
Words nearby up-front
Example sentences from the Web for up-front
The option to ignore it is vanishing, even for parents with “good” insurance that buffers from the up-front costs.Is the Doctor-Patient Relationship Turning Into a Business Partnership?|Russell Saunders|April 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The more you increase the up-front cost, the lower the net present value of your investment.
Politicians, too, must pay, particularly at election time, to get up-front coverage.
British Dictionary definitions for up-front
Idioms and Phrases with up-front
In the forward section, as of an airplane or theater. For example, We'd like two seats as far up front as possible. [First half of 1900s]
Paid in advance, as in We need at least half of the money for the production up front. [Colloquial; c. 1930]
Candid, direct, as in Now tell me straight up front what you think of this outfit. [Second half of 1900s]