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  • EN [ 'fɔ:wədz]
  • US [ ˈfɔrwədz, ˈfor-]

English definition


  • 1. at or to or toward the front;

    • "he faced forward"
    • "step forward"
    • "she practiced sewing backward as well as frontward on her new sewing machine"; (`forrad' and `forrard' are dialectal variations)
  • 2. in a forward direction;

    • "go ahead"
    • "the train moved ahead slowly"
    • "the boat lurched ahead"
    • "moved onward into the forest"
    • "they went slowly forward in the mud"

Example sentences

  • Draw the floss backwards and forwards between the teeth.

  • He controlled the car until it was pointing forwards again.

  • He stood a few moments, rocking back and forwards on his heels.

  • Space scientists and astronomers have taken another step forwards.

  • People should forget and look forwards.

  • She fell forwards on to her face.

  • His foot caught in a rock and he pitched forwards.

  • The sudden stopping of the car plunged him forwards.

  • The horse jumped forwards and round her, winding the rope round her waist.

  • We live forwards, a Danish thinker has said, but we understand backwards.

  • We can drive a car forwards or backwards, but not sideways.

  • The shuttle moves backwards and forwards through the warp.

  • Travelling backwards and forwards everyday cost him too much money.

  • He lit the gas and began to pace backwards and forwards.

  • It moves, it vibrates backwards and forwards.

Synonym discrimination

  • forwards, forth, onwards


Meaning of forwards

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