- to make something known.
During the trial, evidence was brought forward that proved the wrong person had been arrested.Usage notes: often used in the form something was brought forward, as in the example
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bring forward — ► bring forward 1) move (something scheduled) to an earlier time. 2) propose (an idea) for consideration. Main Entry: ↑bring … English terms dictionary
bring forward — index bear (adduce), certify (attest), cite (state), elicit, exhibit, manifest … Law dictionary
bring forward — verb 1. cause to move forward (Freq. 1) Can you move the car seat forward? • Syn: ↑advance • Ant: ↑back (for: ↑advance) • De … Useful english dictionary
bring forward — 1) PHRASAL VERB 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. [V P n (not pron)] He had to bring forward an 11 o clock meeting so that he could get to the funeral on… … English dictionary
bring forward — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms bring forward : present tense I/you/we/they bring forward he/she/it brings forward present participle bringing forward past tense brought forward past participle brought forward 1) to change the date or time… … English dictionary
bring forward — /ˌbrɪŋ fɔ:wəd/ verb 1. to make something take place earlier ● to bring forward the date of repayment ● The date of the next meeting has been brought forward to March. 2. to take an account balance from the end of the previous period as the… … Dictionary of banking and finance
bring forward — phr verb Bring forward is used with these nouns as the object: ↑balance, ↑bill, ↑legislation, ↑proposal … Collocations dictionary
bring forward — perkelti priekio link statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Komanda pasirinktai ↑figūrai perkelti vienu lygiu priekinio plano (paviršiaus) link. Komandą turi ↑grafikos rengyklės. atitikmenys: angl. bring forward ryšiai: dar žiūrėk – figūra dar … Enciklopedinis kompiuterijos žodynas
bring forward — bring up, introduce (a topic); offer, propose, present; anticipate, precede … English contemporary dictionary
bring forward — Synonyms and related words: acculturate, adduce, advance, affect, affront, allege, ameliorate, amend, array, betoken, better, boost, brandish, brave, breast, breathe, bring before, bring forth, bring into view, bring on, bring out, bring to bear … Moby Thesaurus