brought forward

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transferred from one page to another (Accounting); brought to the front or closer to the front; raised, introduced (an issue)
bring forward
To call up for consideration
bring forward
To make something happen earlier than originally planned

The meeting has been brought forward one day.

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bring forward
1. Change the date or time of an event so that it happens earlier2. Announce plans or ideas officially so that people can discuss them
bring forward
If you bring forward a meeting or event, you arrange for it to take place at an earlier date or time than had been planned. He had to bring forward an 11 o'clock meeting so that he could get to the funeral on time = put forward put back
bring forward
{f} bring up, introduce (a topic); advance (an appointment, for example); offer, propose, present; anticipate, precede; (Accounting) carry forward from a column or page to another
bring forward
If you bring forward an argument or proposal, you state it so that people can consider it. The Government will bring forward several proposals for legislation. = put forward
bring forward
cause to move forward; "Can you move the car seat forward?"
bring forward
bring forward for consideration; "The case was called up in court"
brought forward


    brought for·ward

    Türkische aussprache

    brôt fôrwırd


    /ˈbrôt ˈfôrwərd/ /ˈbrɔːt ˈfɔːrwɜrd/


    [ 'bri[ng] ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English bringan; akin to Old High German bringan to bring, Welsh hebrwng to accompany.

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