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front·ward

 (frŭnt′wərd)
adv. & adj.
Toward, to, or at the front.

front′wards adv.

front•ward

(ˈfrʌnt wərd)

also front′wards,



adv.
in a direction toward the front.
[1545–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.frontward - at or to or toward the front; "he faced forward"; "step forward"; "she practiced sewing backward as well as frontward on her new sewing machine"; (`forrad' and `forrard' are dialectal variations)
dialect, idiom, accent - the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people; "the immigrants spoke an odd dialect of English"; "he has a strong German accent"; "it has been said that a language is a dialect with an army and navy"
Translations

frontward

[ˈfrʌntwəd] ADVde frente, con la parte delantera primero
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