active front

active front

[′ak·tiv frənt]
(meteorology)
A front, or portion thereof, which produces appreciable cloudiness and, usually, precipitation.

active front

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An active cold front.
A front that produces considerable cloudiness and precipitation.
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The active support systems have scored a rating of 80 percent and the passive protection equipment with active front assist has scored 81 percent.
"A united and active front is needed from policy-makers, the food industry and the cancercare community.
The three NPA fighters and 74 "active front supporters" surrendered to the 53rd Infantry Battalion in San Miguel, Zamboanga del Sur.
There are new leather seat facings, ergonomic heated active front seats and a heated steering wheel.
After the outbreak of the Syrian war, the Iranians eyed establishing southern Syria as yet another active front on Israel's borders.
These segments served as the initial active front. The front segments that can be advanced to generate new grids are called active front segments.
These include seven airbags to protect the driver and passengers, active front head restraints and HUD.
A suite of safety features are present, such as the TNGA-based chassis optimised for excellent impact performance and an array of active and passive features like seven airbags to protect the driver and passengers, active front head restraints and Head-Up Display, Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA).
As for the subtle styling refresh, well details include smarter full LED headlights which come with 'active front steer',' 'static bend' and 'auto high beam assist' functions.
Analysis and simulation of a three-phase controlled Active Front End Rectifier (AFE)
The S120 harnesses the wind power, even in turbulent conditions, and, by using Active Front End technology connected and synchronised to the supply, transmits power back to the 415V three-phase grid.