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1    If someone or something comes to the fore in a particular situation or group, they become important or popular.  
to the fore      phrase   PHR after v  
A number of low-budget independent films brought new directors and actors to the fore.     
2       adj   Fore is used to refer to parts at the front of an animal, ship, or aircraft.  
ADJ n   (=front)  
There had been no direct damage in the fore part of the ship.     
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