Bring forward – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To bring forward something (or bring something forward) is to change its date or time so that it happens earlier than planned.

Examples of use:

a) They have brought their wedding forward to July.

b) Next week’s training session has been brought forward to Friday afternoon.

c) Can you bring the meeting forward a week?

d) They have brought my interview forward to tomorrow!

infinitive bring forward
present simple bring forward and brings forward
-ing form bringing forward
past simple brought forward
past participle brought forward

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