forward

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forward is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
forward

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PrepositionEdit

Preposition
forward

  1. If something goes forward, it moves in the direction of its front, not its back.
  2. If something goes forward, it gets better.
  3. If something goes forward, it moves into the future.

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AdjectiveEdit

Positive
forward

Comparative
more forward

Superlative
most forward

  1. If someone is forward, they are too friendly when talking to strangers.

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VerbEdit

Plain form
forward

Third-person singular
forwards

Past tense
forwarded

Past participle
forwarded

Present participle
forwarding

  1. (transitive) If you forward a letter, message, etc., you send it.
  2. (transitive) If you forward your career, you make it more successful or better.

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NounEdit

Singular
forward

Plural
forwards

  1. (sports) A forward is a player whose position plays closer to the other team's end in games like soccer.

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Directions (edit)

north - east - south - west

up - down | forward - backward | left - right