to the forefront

to the forefront

In a position of highest importance or priority. The new company I work for has moved to the forefront of medical innovation. I think some of their new instruments are going to revolutionize the field of medicine.
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at/in/to the ˈforefront (of something)

in or into an important or a leading position in a particular group or activity: The new product took the company to the forefront of the computer software market.The court case was constantly in the forefront of my mind (= I thought about it all the time).
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Diane, a first-year student at the university reading a degree in Human Organisations, said: "Women need to come to the forefront and become more equal to men.
who's working with Galloway to push June 19th to the forefront.