Forwarded



[fawr-werd] /ˈfɔr wərd/

adverb, Also, forwards (for defs 1, 2)
1.
toward or at a place, point, or time in advance; onward; :
to move forward; from this day forward; to look forward.
2.
toward the front:
Let’s move forward so we can hear better.
3.
into view or consideration; out; forth:
He brought forward several good suggestions.
4.
toward the bow or front of a vessel or aircraft.
5.
(defs 4, 5).
adjective
6.
directed toward a point in advance; moving ahead; onward:
a forward motion.
7.
being in a condition of advancement; well-advanced:
It was quite forward in the season when we finished our planting.
8.
ready, prompt, or eager.
9.
presumptuous, impertinent, or bold:
a rude, forward child.
10.
situated in the front or forepart:
the forward part of the ship.
11.
of or relating to the future; for the future or :
forward buying; a forward price.
12.
lying ahead or to the front:
Take the forward path.
13.
radical or extreme, as persons or opinions:
the forward trend in certain liberal thought.
noun
14.
Sports.

15.
Finance. something bought, as a security, for future delivery.
verb (used with object)
16.
to send forward; transmit, especially to a new address:
to forward a letter.
17.
to advance or help onward; promote:
The training will help to forward your career.
verb (used without object)
18.
to advance or play a mechanism, recording tape, cassette, etc., in the forward direction:
to find a musical selection without forwarding through the whole cassette.
/ˈfɔːwəd/
adjective
1.
directed or moving ahead
2.
lying or situated in or near the front part of something
3.
presumptuous, pert, or impudent: a forward remark
4.
well developed or advanced, esp in physical, material, or intellectual growth or development: forward ideas
5.
(archaic) (often postpositive) ready, eager, or willing
6.

7.
(finance) realting to fulfilment at a future date
8.
(NZ) (of an animal) in good condition
noun
9.

10.
an attacking player in any of various sports, such as soccer, hockey, or basketball
adverb
11.
a variant of forwards
12.
(ˈfɔːwəd; nautical history) (ˈfɒrəd). towards the front or bow of an aircraft or ship
13.
into prominence or a position of being subject to public scrutiny; out; forth: the witness came forward
verb (transitive)
14.
to send forward or pass on to an ultimate destination: the letter was forwarded from a previous address
15.
to advance, help, or promote: to forward one’s career
16.
(bookbinding) to prepare (a book) for the finisher
adv.

Old English forewearde “toward the front;” see fore + -ward. Adjectival sense of “early” is from 1520s; that of “presumptuous” is attested from 1560s.
v.

1590s, “to help push forward,” from forward (adv.). Meaning “to send (a letter, etc.) on to another destination” is from 1757. Related: Forwarded; forwarding.
n.

Old English, “the fore or front part” of something; see forward (adv.). The position in football so called since 1879.
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