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fore

1. short for foremast
2. fore and aft located at or directed towards both ends of a vessel
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fore

[fȯr]
(naval architecture)
The front part of a ship.
In the direction of or toward the bow.
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During Naidu's tenure, huge corruption took place and knowing that the incumbent government will conduct an inquiry and all his ill-deeds would come to the fore, he asked him to join BJP."
The Fore, which is an excerpt from the idiom 'to bring to the fore' means to highlight and that is the core of the brand ethos.
[3] conducted experiments on a series of multiwing configuration with finite span wings at Reynolds number of 1.4e6, and the results indicated that the interaction between the two wings was favorable to the fore wing (the maximum lift coefficient increased), while the maximum lift coefficient of the hind wing did not decrease.