Forward

 

 

Phrasal verbs with forward mean...

 

Earlier

bring forward Let's bring the meeting forward by a few days. How about this Thursday?
go forward  
look forward to We wish you all the best for the summer break and we look forward to seeing you again in september.
put forward The meeting has been put forward to this coming Monday.

 

Presenting

bring forward The design team continues to bring forward new ideas.
come forward The witness has come forward to speak publicly about the incident.
come forward with He came forward with a more audacious proposal.
go forward  
push forward  
put forward A new set of proposals were put forward aimed at saving the peace process.
step forward A police spokesman made an appeal for witnesses to step forward.

 

Moving to the front

come forward  
go forward  
step forward  

 

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