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forward  Verb
Plural: forwards
  1. Translate "forward" to Spanish: reenviar, despachar, redirigir, reexpedir
    English Synonyms of "forward": reship, send on
    Define meaning of "forward": Send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit.
  2. Ann forwarded the email, Ana reenvió el correo electrónico.
    Forward my mail.

  3. Translate "forward" to Spanish: fomentar, auspiciar, dar auge a, promover, propiciar, propugnar
    English Synonyms of "forward": encourage, be conducive to, foment, foster, further, promote
    Define meaning of "forward": Spur on.; Inspire with confidence; give hope or courage to.

forward  Noun
  1. Translate "forward" to Spanish: jugador alineado en la delantera, delantero
    English Synonyms of "forward": front-end player, forward player

  2. Translate "forward" to Spanish: compra no al contado, venta no al contado

forward  Adjective
  1. Translate "forward" to Spanish: acometedor, adelantado, arremetedor, descocado
    English Synonyms of "forward": aggressive, assertive, daring, enterprising, pushy, self-asserting
    Define meaning of "forward": Having or showing determination and energetic pursuit of your ends. ; Marked by aggressive ambition and energy and initiative.; Characteristic of an enemy or one eager to fight.

  2. Translate "forward" to Spanish: delantero
    English Synonyms of "forward": fore, foremost, front, first
    Define meaning of "forward": Situated in the front. ; At or near or directed toward the front.; Situated at or toward the front.
  3. The forward section of the aircraft.
    The forward section of the aircraft.
    A forward plunge down the stairs.
    Forward motion.
    The fore cabins.
    The forward part of the ship.

  4. Translate "forward" to Spanish: atrevido
    English Synonyms of "forward": bold, bold-faced, brassy, cheeky, pert, presuming, shameless
    Define meaning of "forward": Used of temperament or behavior; lacking restraint or modesty.
  5. A forward child badly in need of discipline.

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forward  Adverb
  1. Translate "forward" to Spanish: adelante, hacia adelante, para adelante
    English Synonyms of "forward": ahead, along, on, further, onward, forwards
    Define meaning of "forward": In a forward direction. ; At or to or toward the front. ; Toward the future; forward in time. ; Forward in time or order or degree.
  2. Go ahead.
    The train moved ahead slowly.
    The boat lurched ahead.
    Moved onward into the forest.
    They went slowly forward in the mud.
    He faced forward.
    Step forward.
    She practiced sewing backward as well as frontward on her new sewing machine.
    I like to look ahead in imagination to what the future may bring.
    I look forward to seeing you.
    From that time forth.
    From the sixth century onward.

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Verb Conjugation for "forward"
Gerund: forwarding
Past Participle: forwarded

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Conceptually-related expressions of "forward"
a few steps forward
a great step forward
a step forward
act of hurling forward
advance forward
amount brought forward
amount carried forward
attenuation of the forward beam
backward and forward
backward and forward linkage
backward and forward movement
backward-forward integration
backward-forward linkage
balance carried forward
balance for carry-forward
be carried forward
be forwarded to
be looking forward to
be moved forward
bend forward
bound forward
bring forward
bringing forward
bringing-forward
brought forward
brought-forward
buy forward
by large movements forward
call forward
carriage forward
carried forward
carry forward
cash call forward
center forward
center-forward
centre forward
centre-forward
charges forward
comb forward
come forward
come forward with
condition where spot prices exceed forward prices
crane forward
crawl forward
dart forward
dash forward
directed upward and forward
excessively forward
fall forward
fast-forward
fast forward
fast-forward
fast-forward to
feed-forward register
foreign exchange forward market
four-wheel-drive vehicle having four forward gears
freight forward
go forward
go on forward
Great Leap Forward
have one's best foot forward
height of maximum forward reach
hurl forward
in a forward direction
inch forward
inch forward cautiously
inside forward
jump forward
law of forward conduction
lean forward
leap forward
look forward
look forward to
lunge forward
lunge forward violently
make forward
move forward
move forward jerkily
move on forward
move slowly forward
near-forward scattering
neck muscle that draws the head to one side and flexes head forward
nose forward
outside-forward
overly forward woman
peak forward drop
pitch forward
play combining a lateral pass and a forward pass
press forward
press one's way forward
purchase forward
push forward
push oneself forward
push oneself forward for
push oneself forward to
put forward
put forward that
put one's best foot forward
put the clock forward
putting forward
ring-forward signal
roll forward
rush forward
sally forward
sell forward
set forward
short-circuit forward admittance
spring forward
spur forward
step forward
store and forward
store-and-forward communication
store-and-forward mode
store-and-forward network
store-and-forward send
store-and-forward switching
straight-forward
take a step forward
take two steps forward
that bends the head forward
thing that attracts forward
throw oneself forward
thrust forward
urge forward
walk forward
which draws forward
which points upward and forward
which springs forward
wing forward
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