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foreground

US [ˈfɔrˌɡraʊnd]
UK [ˈfɔː(r)ˌɡraʊnd]
  • n.(景物、图画等的)前景;瞩目地位;重要位置
  • v.强调;突出
  • Web前台;前景色;前台进程
Plural Form:foregrounds  Present Participle:foregrounding  Past Tense:foregrounded  
foreground
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n.
1.
[c][ususing]
(景物、图画等的)前景the part of a view, picture, etc. that is nearest to you when you look at it
The figure in the foreground is the artist's mother.
图画前景中的人是画家的母亲。
2.
[sing]
瞩目地位;重要位置an important position that is noticed by people
Inflation and interest rates will be very much in the foreground of their election campaign.
通货膨胀和利率将很可能是他们竞选的重点问题。
IDM
in the foreground
在前台;在前景中being used at the present time and appearing in front of any other programs on the screen
v.
1.
~ sth
强调;突出to give particular importance to sth
The play foregrounds the relationship between father and daughter.
这部戏剧凸显了父女之间的关系。

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