Toward the front; in the direction that one is facing or traveling,
Directed or facing toward the front or the direction that one is facing or traveling
the pilot's forward view
Positioned near the enemy lines
troops moved to the forward areas
(in sports) Moving toward the opponents' goal
a forward pass
In, near, or toward the bow or nose of a ship or aircraft
Moving or tending onwards to a successful conclusion
the decision is a forward step
(of a voltage applied to a semiconductor junction) In the direction that allows significant current to flow
Relating to or concerned with the future
(of a person) Bold or familiar in manner, esp. in a presumptuous way
Developing or acting earlier than expected or required; advanced or precocious
an alarmingly forward yet painfully vulnerable child
(of a plant or crop) Well advanced or early
Progressing toward or approaching maturity or completion
Send (a letter or e-mail) on to a further destination
a forwarding address
Hand over or send (an official document)
their final report was forwarded to the Commanding Officer
a freight forwarding company
Help to advance (something); promote
the scientists are forwarding the development of biotechnology
An attacking player in basketball, hockey, or other sports
An offensive or defensive lineman
Toward the front; in the direction that one is facing or traveling
he started up the engine and the car moved forward
Lori leaned forward over the table
In, near, or toward the bow or nose of a ship or aircraft
In the normal order or sequence
the number was the same backward as forward
Onward so as to make progress; toward a successful conclusion
there's no way forward for the relationship
Into a position of prominence or notice
he is pushing forward a political ally
Toward the future; ahead in time
from that day forward, the assembly was at odds with us
To an earlier time
the special issue has been moved forward to winter
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)
at or near or directed toward the front; "the forward section of the aircraft"; "a forward plunge down the stairs"; "forward motion"
the person who plays the position of forward in certain games, such as basketball, soccer, or hockey
send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit; "forward my mail"
forth: forward in time or order or degree; "from that time forth"; "from the sixth century onward"
used of temperament or behavior; lacking restraint or modesty; "a forward child badly in need of discipline"
Email forwarding generically refers to the operation of re-sending an email message delivered to one email address on to a possibly different email address. The term forwarding has no specific technical meaningIn section 3.9.2 List of RFC 5321, the term forwarding is used ambiguously. ...
Forward! is a collection of science fiction stories by Gordon R. Dickson. It was first published by Baen Books in 1985 and was edited by Sandra Miesel. Most of the stories originally appeared in the magazines Galaxy Science Fiction, Other Worlds, Fantasy and Science Fiction and Orbit.
Fore, foreward (and often written "for'ard") – Towards the bow (of the vessel).
Forwards, also known as attackers and strikers, are the players on a team in association football who play nearest to the opposing team's goal, and are therefore principally responsible for scoring goals. ...
Forward is the debut album of singer Ayla Brown, which was released on October 17, 2006.
The three basketball positions normally employed by organized basketball teams are guard, forward, and center. More specifically, they can be classified into the five positions: point guard, shooting guard, small forward, power forward, and center. ...
Agreement; covenant; To send (something received) to a third party; Towards the front or at the front; Without customary restraint; Expected in the future; Towards the front or from the front; In the usual direction of travel; Into the future
(Forwards) The buying and selling of underlying assets such as commodities and financial securities at a specified future date at a fixed price.
(Forwards) A forward is a commodity bought and sold for delivery at some specific time in the future. It is differentiated from futures by the fact that a forward contract is customized, non-exchange traded, and a non-regulated hedging mechanism.
(Forwards) the group of players normally numbered 1 through 8 who bind together into scrums, lineup for lineouts, and commit themselves to most rucks and mauls.
(forwards) the three players who make up the attacking line or forward line of a team - the center and the right and left wings.
(FORWARDS) Offensive players. Shooters. Fast, skilled dribblers, who can shoot or pass while on the run. Teams may consist of wing forwards, center forwards, inside forwards, and strikers.
(Forwards) Allows multiple external delivery targets (external mailboxes, or email addresses not associated with this hosting account) to receive a copy of the same incoming email message. For more information, see To configure external forwards for a mailbox.
(Forwards) In email marketing, this is a metric that tells you how many people forwarded your email to another person.
(Forwards) Matthew Blinkhorn, John Murphy, Keigan Parker, Sean Paterson, Matt Shaw, Scott Vernon. (L) = Loan
(Forwards) Players positioned ahead of teammates whose main job is to score the goals.
(Forwards) Positions 1 thru 8 in the diagram above. Their primary role is to take possession of the ball and get it to the Backs. Strength and defensive strategies are important to the Forwards.
(Forwards) Similar to a futures, a forward contract - or forward - is an over-the-counter derivative. In its simplest form, it is a trade that is agreed to at one point in time, but will take place at some later time. ...
(Forwards) Sometimes compared to linemen in American football. Forwards are always involved in the scrums, and usually an important part of rucks. Forwards also usually do more tackling than backs. Unlike football, however, most forwards get to carry the ball at least a few times a match. ...