forward

All Adverb Adjective Noun
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  • We think you can only do it by moving forward to a new world.
  • The moment that a forward pass begins is important to the game.
  • He held his place at second-row forward for all three games of that series.
  • He is best known as a two-way forward.
  • Each time they tried to move forward they were stopped by anti-tank guns.
  • Forward is defined as the direction in which the object is moving.
  • He played as a second-row forward and as a centre.
  • But at the same time, I'm looking forward to what's next.
  • Four of the best men were at the wheel, others were on the look-out forward. Cited from Ben Hadden, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • How else can an actor expect to advance the scene forward without something to play with?
  • Those on the look-out forward reported an object ahead. Cited from James Braithwaite, the Supercargo, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • He plays as a centre or as a second-row forward.
  • However this year, the second round becomes a straight forward knock-out basis.
  • Any player may kick the ball forward in an attempt to gain territory.
  • The other forwards could still use me for the one-two wall pass to break through.
  • A forward pass occurs when the player passes the ball forward in relation to himself.
  • He played much of his career at Second row forward.
  • It is our human duty to look after them and forwarding them as well.
  • As he charged, his forward motion caused the flag to stream back.
  • Forward - lead or move in the direction you are facing.
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Meaning of forward

  • noun The person who plays the position of forward in certain games, such as basketball, soccer, or hockey
  • noun A position on a basketball, soccer, or hockey team
  • verb Send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit
    forward my mail
  • adjective At or near or directed toward the front
    the forward section of the aircraft, a forward plunge down the stairs, forward motion
  • adjective Used of temperament or behavior; lacking restraint or modesty
    a forward child badly in need of discipline
  • adjective Of the transmission gear causing forward movement in a motor vehicle
    in a forward gear
  • adverb At or to or toward the front; (`forrad' and `forrard' are dialectal variations)
    he faced forward, step forward, she practiced sewing backward as well as frontward on her new sewing machine