lose the front, will you?


Indonesian - Indonesia
I have no idea what that means,..

It is followed by this dialogue:

Usually when somebody shoots a gun or someone dies, You'd get startled or scared. But you - nothing.
  • blackmay

    Indonesian - Indonesia
    it's on an excel file... I assume the above words are said by one person...

    the context is: the man saying these words has a gun, but the girl is not afraid eventhough the gun is being pointed at her.

    so, probabyly only said by single person?


    Senior Member
    UK English
    This definition of 'front' fits: 'bearing, expression, or attitude in facing, confronting or dealing with anything:[usually singular]She kept a calm front throughout the ordeal. '

    In conjunction with the following sentence it means 'Stop pretending to be brave'
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