Word: forward

Category: forward

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Related words: forward

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Synonyms: forward

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: forward

spanish
expedir, delantero


german
voraus, weiter, stürmer, vorwärts, vordere

french
premier, acheminer, réexpédier, attaquant, agresseur, ...

italian
anteriore, avanti, spedire

portuguese
expedir, avante, adiante, despachar, quarenta

dutch
aanvaller, vooruit, voorspeler, voorwaarts

russian
отправить, наперёд, бесцеремонный, вперед, прогрессивный, ...

norwegian
fremover, forrest

swedish
fram

finnish
esille, eteen, edespäin, eespäin, esiin

danish
frem

czech
zaslat, poslat, přední, útočník, raný, ...

polish
ekspediować, wysłać, dziobowy, dalekowzroczny, przedni, ...

hungarian
csatár, tovább

greek
εμπρός, μπρος, μπροστινός

ukrainian
переслати, передній, наперед, вперед, відправити

albanian
përpara

belarusian
перад

estonian
edasi, edastama

croatian
proslijediti, prednji, poslati, nadalje

icelandic
áfram, framur, fram

latin
prorsus, protinus

slovak
pokrokov, dopredu, vpredu, útočník

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The meaning and "use of": forward

adjective
  • directed or facing toward the front or the direction that one is facing or traveling.
  • relating to or concerned with the future.
  • moving or tending onward to a successful conclusion.
  • developing or acting earlier than expected or required; advanced or precocious.
  • (of a person) bold or familiar in manner, especially in a presumptuous way.

adverb
  • toward the front; in the direction that one is facing or traveling.
  • onward so as to make progress; toward a successful conclusion.
  • toward the future; ahead in time.

noun
  • an attacking player in basketball, hockey, or other sports.

verb
  • send (a letter or e-mail) on to a further destination.
  • help to advance (something); promote.

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