forward

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈfɔːrrd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈfɔrwɚd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(fôrwərd)


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forward

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. forward me [the message, his email, the file]
  2. will forward your [comments, complaint, suggestion] to
  3. forward it to [me, your boss]
  4. forwarded by the [CEO, president, subcommittee]
  5. forwarded for [consideration, approval, review]
  6. forwarded on [request, behalf] of
  7. [automatically, recently] forwarded
  8. [completed, received, prepared, approved] and forwarded
  9. forward [freight, letters]
  10. forward a [song, movie, tape, recording, video]
  11. forward to the next [track, sequence, scene]
adj
  1. a (rude and) forward [child, student]
  2. is [a little, rather, very, terribly] forward of me
  3. [Americans, men in Europe] are a bit more forward (than)
  4. forward [movement, motion]
  5. a forward [move, push, pass, throw, step]
  6. a forward step in his [plans, ambitions, career]
  7. the forward part of the [ship, hall, plane]
  8. forward [plans, planning investment]
n
  1. the [best, fastest, strongest] forward (in the league)
  2. one of the best forwards in [the league, Europe]
  3. a [young, veteran, top] forward
  4. plays as a forward
  5. plays the position of forward
adv
  1. from this [moment, day] forward
additional examples
  1. forward me [the message, his email, the file]
  2. the [best, fastest, strongest] forward (in the league)
  3. [was, acted] very forward with her
  4. will forward your [comments, complaint, suggestion] to
  5. one of the best forwards in [the league, Europe]
  6. a (rude and) forward [child, student]
  7. forward it to [me, your boss]
  8. a [young, veteran, top] forward
  9. is [a little, rather, very, terribly] forward of me
  10. forwarded by the [CEO, president, subcommittee]
  11. plays as a forward
  12. [Americans, men in Europe] are a bit more forward (than)
  13. forwarded for [consideration, approval, review]
  14. plays the position of forward
  15. forward [movement, motion]
  16. forwarded on [request, behalf] of
  17. a forward [move, push, pass, throw, step]
  18. [automatically, recently] forwarded
  19. a forward step in his [plans, ambitions, career]
  20. [completed, received, prepared, approved] and forwarded
  21. the forward part of the [ship, hall, plane]
  22. forward [freight, letters]
  23. forward [plans, planning investment]
  24. forward a [song, movie, tape, recording, video]
  25. forward-thinking
  26. forward to the next [track, sequence, scene]
  27. from this [moment, day] forward
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