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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