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Yet the onward march of the middle class should really be applauded. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He now moves onward with little cash on hand and little campaign organization. Christianity Today (2000)We wish you a pleasant onward journey. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Spain onward and upward with semi in hand. The Sun (2012)The onward march of the modern world means it is harder to find real darkness. The Sun (2011)The onward march of inequality continues unchecked. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It said they may be taken to a restaurant off the tourist trail or the geothermal springs before their onward flight. The Sun (2016)Thus the onward march of progress. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The men scrambled upward and onward. The Sun (2015)You're supposed to be going inward so that you can go onward and therefore upward. Times, Sunday Times (2014)From here, it has been onward and upward all the way. Eddison, Sydney A Patchwork Garden: Unexpected Pleasures from a Country Garden (1990)She has accepted her frailties, but also resisted their onward march. Times, Sunday Times (2006)On the one side you have those who oppose Europe because it is part of the onward march of globalisation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A producer who had accompanied the pair from Cuba boarded the onward flight with only one other actor under his care. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But although a small advance party carried on to Haiti, the majority could not get clearance for onward flights. The Sun (2010)Here, I consider my onward journey. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All my onward flights would be invalid and I couldn't afford another ticket. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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Translations for 'onward'

British English: onward ADJECTIVE
Onward means moving forward or continuing a journey.
There are two flights a day to the capital, and there are onward flights to other towns.
  • American English: onward
  • Brazilian Portuguese: adiante
  • Chinese: 向前的
  • European Spanish: hacia adelante
  • French: en correspondance
  • German: Weiter-
  • Italian: oltre
  • Japanese: 前進して
  • Korean: 앞으로 나아가는
  • European Portuguese: adiante
  • Spanish: hacia adelante

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