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Spanish translation of “forth”

forth

adverb /foːθ/
(literary) forward; onward
adelante
They went forth into the desert.
back and forth first in one direction and then in the other; backwards and forwards
ir de acá para allá
We had to go back and forth many times before we moved all our furniture to the new house.
(Definition of forth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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