- 美[ˈfɔrwədz, ˈfor-]
- v.促进( forward的第三人称单数 ); （按新地址）转寄; 发送; 助长
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.
1. at or to or toward the front;
"he faced 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;
"the train moved ahead slowly"
"the boat lurched ahead"
"moved onward into the forest"
"they went slowly forward in the mud"
forwards, forth, onwards