(I'm right) in front of (the bakery): (I'm) next to, close to the front part of (the bakery)
Horatio is standing in front of the coffee machine, waiting for his coffee.
(let's not argue) in front of (the children): (let's not argue) in the presence of (the children), where (the children) can see and hear us
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