Definition of 'bring forward'
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Used Occasionally. bring forward is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'bring forward'
British English: bring forward /brɪŋ ˈfɔːwəd/ VERB
If you bring forward an event, you arrange for it to take place at an earlier time than had been planned.
He had to bring forward an 11 o'clock meeting.
- American English: move forward
- Arabic: يُقَدِّم
- Brazilian Portuguese: antecipar
- Chinese: 提出
- Croatian: pomaknuti unaprijed
- Czech: přesunout na dřívější dobu
- Danish: fremskynde
- Dutch: naar voren brengen
- European Spanish: adelantar
- Finnish: aikaistaa
- French: avancer
- German: vorverlegen
- Greek: φέρνω νωρίτερα
- Italian: anticipare
- Japanese: 繰り上げる
- Korean: 앞당기다
- Norwegian: legge fram
- Polish: przenieść do przodu
- European Portuguese: antecipar
- Romanian: a devansa
- Russian: перенести на более ранний срок
- Spanish: adelantar
- Swedish: tidigarelägga
- Thai: จัดขึ้นก่อนเวลาจริง
- Turkish: öne almak
- Ukrainian: висувати
- Vietnamese: đôn lên sớm hơn
Definition of bring forward from the Collins English Dictionary
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