Definition of battlefront
: the military sector in which actual combat takes place
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The translation was well received and the Bible battlefront quieted for more than a decade.
Having left her people to help end World War I, Diana travels with Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) to the battlefront in France.
In London and at the battlefront, Diana gets a crash course in humanity, from the ills (sexism, alcoholism, colonialism, racism, apathy) to the good (babies, snow, ice cream).
That scenario has been repeated in numerous other battlefronts, where the elite units replaced police and regular troops who were unable to fend off insurgent fighters.
The photojournalist Ivor Prickett spent three weeks documenting the battlefront and humanitarian crisis in west Mosul.
Galvez continued to allow supplies to move up the Mississippi to Pennsylvania—an important back door to the battlefront, since the British had blockaded East Coast ports.
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