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forward /'fɔ:wəd/
  • tính từ
    • ở trước, phía trước, tiến lên, tiến về phía trước
      • a forward march: cuộc hành quân tiến lên
    • tiến bộ, tiên tiến
      • to have forward opinions: có những ý kiến tiến bộ
    • chín sớm (hoa màu); đến sớm (mùa, thời vụ...); sớm biết, sớm khôn (người)
      • a forward summer: một mùa hạ đến sớm
      • this child is very forward for his age: thằng bé sớm biết so với tuổi
    • (thương nghiệp) trước (khi có hàng)
      • a forward contract: hợp đồng đặt mua trước
    • sốt sắng
      • to be forward with one's work: sốt sắng với công việc của mình
    • ngạo mạn, xấc xược
    • phó từ ((cũng) forwards)
      • về tương lai, về sau này
        • from this time forward: từ nay trở đi
        • to date forward: để lùi ngáy tháng về sau
      • về phía trước, lên phía trước, trước
        • to rush forward: xông lên
        • to send someone forward: cho ai lên trước, phái ai đi trước
        • forward!: (quân sự) tiến lên!, xung phong!
      • (hàng hải) ở phía mũi tàu, về phía mũi tàu
      • danh từ
        • (thể dục,thể thao) tiền đạo (bóng đá)
        • ngoại động từ
          • xúc tiến, đẩy mạnh
            • to forward a plan: xúc tiến một kế hoạch
          • gửi (hàng hoá...)
          • gửi chuyển tiếp (bức thư... đến địa chỉ mới)
            • to be forwarded: đề nghị gửi chuyển tiếp đến địa chỉ mới ((thường) để ở bì thư)
        Concise Dictionary
        forwards|forwarded|forwarding'fɔrwə(r)d /'fɔːw-
        noun
        +the person who plays the position of forward on a basketball team
        +a position on a basketball team
        verb
        +send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit
        adj.
        +at or near or directed toward the front
        +moving toward a position ahead
        +used of temperament or behavior; lacking restraint or modesty
        +of the transmission gear causing forward movement in a motor vehicle
        +moving forward
        adv.
        +at or to or toward the front
        +forward in time or order or degree
        +toward the future; forward in time
        +in a forward direction
        +near or toward the bow of a ship or cockpit of a plane

        Thesaurus Dictionary
        adj.
        1 advance, leading, foremost, front, head, first:
        The forward contingents of the army moved into the town.
        2 bold, pert, impudent, brash, insolent, impertinent, disrespectful, brazen, audacious, rash, unashamed, unabashed, saucy, flippant, presumptuous, cheeky, Colloq flip, fresh, pushy:
        It was a bit forward of you to call the chairman by his nickname.
        3 (well-)advanced, (well-)developed, progressive, precocious, forward-looking:
        She was quite a forward girl at fifteen.
        adv.
        4 forwards, ahead, onward, along; clockwise, deasil:
        I moved forward to the head of the queue. Set the clock forward an hour tonight.
        5 up, out, forth, to the fore, into consideration, into view, into the open, to the surface, on to the table:
        Cooper brought forward an interesting proposal.
        v.
        6 advance, further, promote, back, foster, support, aid, assist, help; patronize, encourage, nourish, nurse along:
        He did his best to forward her career.
        7 dispatch or despatch, send, ship, deliver, transmit, express, post, mail, consign, remit; send on:
        The shipment will be forwarded as soon as payment is received. The post office will forward mail to my new address.
        8 speed (up), accelerate, advance, hasten, expedite, hurry, quicken, step up:
        This mixture is said to forward the flowering of plants.
        Advanced English Dictionary
        adverb, adjective, verb, noun
        + adverb
        1 (also forwards especially in BrE) towards a place or position that is in front: She leaned forward and kissed him on the cheek. + He took two steps forward. + They ran forward to welcome her.
        Antonym: BACK, BACKWARDS
        2 towards a good result: We consider this agreement to be an important step forward. + Cutting our costs is the only way forward. + We are not getting any further forward with the discussion. + The project will go forward (= continue) as planned.
        Antonym: BACKWARDS
        3 towards the future; ahead in time: Looking forward, we hope to expand our operations in several of our overseas branches. + The next scene takes the story forward five years. + (old use) from this day forward
        4 earlier; sooner: It was decided to bring the meeting forward two weeks.
        5 (technical) in or towards the front part of a ship or plane: The main cabin is situated forward of (= in front of) the mast.
        See also - LOOK FORWARD, PUT FORWARD
        Idioms see BACKWARDS, CLOCK n., FOOT n.
        + adjective
        1 [only before noun] directed or moving towards the front: The door opened, blocking his forward movement. + a forward pass (for example in football) + They secured large contracts for the forward delivery (= delivery to the next place) of Russian imports.
        2 [only before noun] (technical) situated in front, especially on a ship, plane or other vehicle: the forward cabins + A bolt may have fallen off the plane's forward door.
        3 relating to the future: the forward movement of history + A little forward planning at the outset can save you a lot of expense. + The plans are still no further forward than they were last month.
        4 behaving towards sb in a manner which is too confident or too informal: I hope you don't think I'm being too forward.
        Compare: BACKWARD
        + verb
        1 ~ sth (to sb)
        ~ (sb) sth (formal) to send or pass goods or information to sb: [VN, VNN] We will be forwarding our new catalogue to you next week. + We will be forwarding you our new catalogue next week. + [VN] to forward a request / complaint / proposal
        2 [VN] ~ sth (to sb) to send a letter, etc. received at the address a person used to live at to their new address: Could you forward any mail to us in New York? + I put 'please forward' on the envelope.
        3 [VN] (formal) to help to improve or develop sth
        Synonym: FURTHER
        He saw the assignment as a way to forward his career. + She uses various devices to forward the plot. + They have done a great deal to forward the cause of world peace.
        See also - FAST FORWARD
        + noun
        an attacking player whose position is near the front of a team in football, hockey, etc.
        Compare: BACK


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