bring\ forward

bring\ forward
1. III
bring forward smth. /smth. forward/
1) bring forward an objection (many arguments, one's views, etc.) выдвигать возражение и т. д.; bring forward a new proposal внести новое предложение; bring forward proofs of what one says привести доказательства своих слов
2) bring forward a meeting (a conference, talks, an outing, etc.) переносить собрание и т. д. на более ранний срок; bring forward an amount (the total, a sum, figures, etc.) переносить сумму и т. д. на следующую страницу
2. XI
be brought forward the meeting has been brought forward from May 10 to May 3 собрание перенесено с десятого мая на третье, clocks and watches should be brought forward one hour from midnight tonight сегодня в полночь все часы должны быть переведены на час вперед
3. XXI1
bring forward smth. /smth. forward/ at smth. bring the matter /the question/ forward at the meeting поднимать вопрос на собрании

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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