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  1. forward

    • IPA[ˈfôrwərd]

    美式

    • adv.
      in the direction that one is facing or traveling; toward the front;in or toward the bow or nose of a ship or aircraft.
    • adj.
      directed or facing toward the front or the direction that one is facing or traveling;positioned near the enemy lines
    • n.
      an attacking player in basketball, hockey, or other sports.;an offensive or defensive lineman.
    • v.
      send (a letter or email) on to a further destination.;hand over or send (an official document)
    • noun: forward, plural noun: forwards

    • verb: forward, 3rd person present: forwards, gerund or present participle: forwarding, past tense: forwarded, past participle: forwarded

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. in the direction that one is facing or traveling; toward the front:

      he started up the engine and the car moved forward

      Lori leaned forward over the table

    • 2. in or toward the bow or nose of a ship or aircraft.
    • 3. in the normal order or sequence:

      the number was the same backward as forward

    • 4. onward so as to make progress; toward a successful conclusion:

      there's no way forward for the relationship

    • 5. into a position of prominence or notice:

      he is pushing forward a political ally

    • 6. toward the future; ahead in time:

      from that day forward, the assembly was at odds with us

    • 7. to an earlier time:

      the special issue has been moved forward to winter

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. directed or facing toward the front or the direction that one is facing or traveling:

      forward flight

      the pilot's forward view

    • 2. positioned near the enemy lines:

      troops moved to the forward areas

    • 3. situated in or toward the bow or nose of a ship or aircraft.
    • 4. (of a voltage applied to a semiconductor junction) in the direction which allows significant current to flow.
    • 5. relating to or concerned with the future:

      a twelve-month forward forecast

    • 6. moving or tending onward to a successful conclusion:

      the decision is a forward step

    • 7. developing or acting earlier than expected or required; advanced or precocious:

      an alarmingly forward yet painfully vulnerable child

    • 8. (of a person) bold or familiar in manner, especially in a presumptuous way.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an attacking player in basketball, hockey, or other sports.
    • 2. an offensive or defensive lineman.
    • 3. short for forward contract
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. send (a letter or email) on to a further destination.
    • 2. hand over or send (an official document):

      their final report was forwarded to the Commanding Officer

    • 3. dispatch or send (a document or goods):

      we will forward the parcels to you anywhere in the world

    • 4. help to advance (something); promote:

      the scientists are forwarding the development of biotechnology

    • adj. involving sending a letter or email on to a further destination:

    • the Royal Mail's forwarding service

      chain-letter forwarding scams

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    • adj. involving sending a letter or email on to a further destination:

    • chain-letter forwarding scams

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    • ph. in both directions alternately; to and fro

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    • ph. be entirely familiar with something

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    • n.
      a control on a tape or video recorder for winding the tape forward rapidly:
    • she played the fast forward so the figures jerked about wildly

      the fast-forward button

    • v.
      wind (a tape) forward rapidly:
    • people avoid commercial breaks by fast-forwarding material recorded off-air

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    • n.
      a control on a tape or video player for advancing the tape rapidly:
    • the fast-forward button
    • v.
      advance (a tape) rapidly, sometimes while simultaneously playing it at high speed.

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    • n. an attacking playing position on either side of the full forward:

    • they scored a drop kick goal from deep in the right forward pocket

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    • n. a large forward who plays in the low post and typically has good rebounding skills.

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    • IPA[ˈfɔːwəd]

    英式

    • adv.
      in 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

    • adj.
      directed or facing towards the front or the direction that one is facing or travelling:
    • forward flight

      the pilot's forward view

    • n.
      an attacking player in football, hockey, or other sports.
    • v.
      send (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

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