towards

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(this spelling is mostly British)

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Preposition
towards

  1. Facing or moving in the direction of something.
    We were walking towards the shop when she began feeling sick.
    Looking towards the east, we could see the city.
    She's moving towards quiting.
    I've always had strong feelings towards her.
  2. If you put money towards something, the money is to help pay for it.
    He's been saving money towards a new computer for school.
  3. close to
    Towards the end, we were getting very tired.

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