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Phrasal Verbs

bring forward

This page is about the phrasal verb bring forward

Meaning

to change the date or time of an event so that it happens earlier than originally planned

For example

  • bring sth forward Let's bring the wedding forward to October so it'll be a spring wedding.

  • be brought forward The meeting had to be brought forward by two weeks.

Quick Quiz

The conference has been brought forward a week. It was going to be on July 10, but now it'll be on

a. July 3

b. July 15

c. July 17

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