Definition of bring forward phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

bring forward

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Phrasal Verbs

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  1. 1 to move something to an earlier date or time The meeting has been brought forward from May 10 to May 3.
  2. 2to suggest something for discussion Please bring the matter forward at the next meeting.
  3. 3to move a total sum from the bottom of one page or column of numbers to the top of the next A credit balance of $50 was brought forward from his September account.
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