Chinese English Dictionary

中文, 汉语, 漢語 - English

向前 in English:

1. forward


move forward
The discussion produced a great deal of noise, but no forward motion.
The sudden gust of wind filled the sails and lurched the boat forward.
When answering this question, some people might put forward this kind of example: "Chinese people are very hospitable, whilst English people are more reserved."
If you wind up the doll with the key on the side of its torso it will swing its arms round and go forward doing somersaults.
Crawl forward is done much more agilely - scuttle like a cockroach!
He resolutely pushed forward from the start, overwhelming and pushing out his off-balance opponent.
She closed her eyes, pursed her lips and leaned forward for a kiss.
If it goes well, I'll put you forward for a drama serial.
You've sprained your ankle and can't walk can you? "No, I'm fine! I can move forward at a crawl!"
Our party finally had a candidate we could put forward with pride.
With both mind and body in their best condition, let's look forward to the newcomers' training camp.
Social conditions are going backward rather than forward.
If we are to judge the future of ocean study by its past, we can surely look forward to many exciting discoveries.
When you learn to drive, at first you have to learn how to move forward.

English word "向前"(forward) occurs in sets:

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