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Translation of "forward" - English-Spanish dictionary

forward

adjective /ˈfoːwəd/
moving on; advancing hacia delante The artist’s works represent a forward movement in European art.
at or near the front delantero The forward part of a ship is called the ’bows’.
bring forward phrasal verb
to make to happen at an earlier date; to advance in time adelantar They have brought forward the date of their wedding by one week.
(also put forward) to bring to people’s attention; to cause to be discussed etc adelantar algo They will consider the suggestions which you have brought/put forward.
to move forward (not foreword).
(Definition of forward from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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