To send (something received) to a third party. (verb)
one of the eight players whose primary task is to maintain possession of the ball (compare back) (noun)
A player on a team in football (soccer) in the row nearest to the opposing team's goal, who are therefore principally responsible for scoring goals. (noun)
An umbrella term for a centre or winger in ice hockey. (noun)
The small forward or power forward position; two frontcourt positions that are taller than guards but shorter than centers. (noun)
The front part of a vessel. (noun)
An e-mail message that is forwarded to another recipient or recipients; an electronic chain letter. (noun)
Agreement; covenant. (noun)
Examples of word forward
We now look forward to the latter part of the present campaign for the World Cup in 2010 and certainly look forward to the
A boy, they believe, will be able to look after them in old age, he will carry the name forward of the family - and that's very, very important to Indian families.
When the Calcutta intelligence chief suggested someone go on an “errand-boy visit” to check out the neighboring MO operation in Kandy, Betty had immediately put her name forward in hopes of seeing her friend again.
When he was deputy mayor of the eastern port of Xiamen, he put his name forward as a candidate to be promoted for mayor—without the approval of the party leadership, according to people who knew him at the time.
While Grant may rue the missed opportunity, perhaps he should think of putting his name forward for a different gong – Fleet Street's scoop of the year.