Looking forward to seeing you.
An example of forward is a ball moving in an onward direction.
An example of forward is a person who is very willing to offer her opinions and solutions.
An example of forward is a person playing in the front line in a soccer game.
An example of forward is to look towards the front.
An example of forward is for mail to be sent to a person's new address.
A rise in the forward price of corn.
The forward section of the aircraft.
Kept her eye on the forward horizon.
A forward plunge down a flight of stairs.
Forward rolling of the cassette tape.
A forward child.
A forward concept.
Put forward a new proposal.
Rolled the tape forward.
Set the clock forward.
Moved the appointment forward, from Friday to Thursday.
- Mentally advanced; precocious.
- Advanced socially, politically, etc.; progressive or radical.
- (now rare) Ahead of time; early.
To move a meeting forward.
Set your clock forward one hour.
A commencement speaker looking forward.
To bring forward an opinion.
To forward mail.
The stock price is currently 12 times forward earnings.
The grass is forward, or forward for the season. We have a forward spring.
The bus driver told everyone standing up to move forward.
After spending an hour stuck in the mud, we could once again move forward.
From this day forward, there will be no more brussels sprouts at the cafeteria.
I'll be glad to forward your mail to you while you're gone.
- from now on; henceforth
Other Word Forms
Idioms and Phrasal Verbs
Origin of forward
- Middle English from Old English foreweard fore- fore- -weard -ward
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition