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come to the fore

To be emphasized or made more noticeable. This argument needs to come to the fore when you rewrite your paper. Questions of corruption came to the fore after the auditors found discrepancies in the yearly budget report.
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come to the fore

Fig. to become prominent; to become important. The question of salary has now come to the fore. Since his great successes as a prosecutor, he has really come to the fore in city politics.
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be/come to the ˈfore

(British English) (American English be at the ˈfore) be or become important and noticed by people; play an important part: She came very much to the fore in the area during the local campaign against the new bypass.
Fore means ‘front’.
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Coconut water's delicate sweetness comes to the fore in this simple drink.
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Although surfing can seem very glamorous, the hard physical work of it comes to the fore here.
Today, our shared heritage comes to the fore, as our hearts swell with pride to commemorate this pivotal milestone in our history.
But if it comes to the fore, they (oppositions) can go to court.
That only comes to the fore when you have forwards who carry the ball, don't accept contact, get front-foot ball and allow Ben Youngs and George Ford to run.
While social media's capacity to break news has its place in contemporaneity, its narcissism comes to the fore in such instances.
The significance of the stadium really comes to the fore in the winter months - when you're down at Northampton on a Wednesday night, it's cold and it's miserable and you've got 1,600 people in the stadium.
We also don't mind because we know we can do it - Cardiff has that inner confidence that comes to the fore when such events come to town.
THE Prince of Wales is heavily involved in the festival - he's commissioned Llandysul-based Welsh harp-makers Telynau Teifi to make a harp which will be presented to one young musician who comes to the fore in the under-13s or under-19s competition categories.
The Xtreme Legends Complete Edition is bursting with additional content outside of the main story mode, which is where the history really comes to the fore.
He said the peace-process will gain momentum once the stand of both the sides comes to the fore.
Like most new ideas thought never comes to the fore.