towards the front or end, into a prominent position
onward so as to make progress
towards the future; onwards in time
directed or moving towards the front
having progressed more than is normal or expected; (of children) having developed certain abilities earlier than normal
help to advance
"the forward section of the aircraft"
"a forward plunge down the stairs"
"a forward child badly in need of discipline"
"in a forward gear"
"he faced forward"
"she practiced sewing backward as well as frontward on her new sewing machine"
"from that time forth"
"from the sixth century onward"
"I like to look ahead in imagination to what the future may bring"
"I look forward to seeing you"
"the train moved ahead slowly"
"the boat lurched ahead"
"moved onward into the forest"
"they went slowly forward in the mud"
"the captain went fore (or forward) to check the instruments"
"forward my mail"
To protect its rights and to forward its interests.
出自： E. A. Freeman
George Fennel..came to see him, and still further forwarded his recovery.
出自： M. de la Roche
The elder student from that time forward acted as the Mentor of the younger one.
出自： S. Smiles
The letter was forwarded from a previous address.
The ratchet-wheel can move only forwards.
My companion has gone forward.
We shall forward the goods this afternoon.
We forwarded you the invoice the day before yesterday.
Please sign the card and forward together with a cheque for ￥20.
误 I am looking forward to hear from you.
正 I am looking forward to hearing from you.
析 在look forward to中, to是介词,其后不可接动词原形。