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Oxford dictionary definition of the word forward:
1in the direction that one is facing or travelling; towards the front:
he started up the engine and the car moved forward
Rory leaned forward over the table
in or towards the bow or nose of a ship or aircraft.
in the normal order or sequence:
the number was the same backwards as forwards
2onward so as to make progress:
the signing of the treaty is a big step forward
3towards the future:
looking forward, earnings are expected to hit £7.2 billion
to an earlier time:
the special issue has been moved forward to November
1directed or facing towards the front or the direction that one is facing or travelling:
the pilot’s forward view
positioned near the enemy lines:
troops moved to the forward areas
situated in or towards the bow or nose of a ship or aircraft:
the forward cargo doors
the crew’s cabin is forward
Electronics (of a voltage applied to a semiconductor junction) in the direction which allows significant current to flow.
2 [attributive] relating to the future:
3progressing towards a successful conclusion:
the decision is a forward step
further advanced than expected or required:
an alarmingly forward yet painfully vulnerable child
4(of a person) bold or overfamiliar in manner:
I am not usually a forward sort of person
1an attacking player in football, hockey, or other sports.
2 (forwards) agreements to trade specified assets, typically currency, at a specified price at a certain future date. Compare with future (sense 2 of the noun).
1send (a letter or email) on to a further destination:
my emails were forwarded to a friend
I recently received an email forwarded from a friend
(as adjective forwarding)
a forwarding address
dispatch or send (a document or goods):
apply by forwarding a CV
2help to advance (something); promote:
the scientists are forwarding the development of biotechnology