What is another word for bring forward?

2541 synonyms found


[ bɹˈɪŋ fˈɔːwəd], [ bɹˈɪŋ fˈɔːwəd], [ b_ɹ_ˈɪ_ŋ f_ˈɔː_w_ə_d]

Bring forward can be used as a phrasal verb to mean advance, suggest, propose, present, or introduce. It is a versatile term that can be used in various settings. Bring forward can be utilized to describe the act of moving something or someone to an earlier time than planned. It can also mean to promote or advocate for someone or something, as well as to make a specific topic or issue known to others. Using synonyms such as propose, suggest, present, introduce, and advance while communicating helps to bring more variety and clarity to your language.

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How to use "Bring forward" in context?

Bringing Forward is a new initiative by the Ministry of Labour to help employers and employees in Ontario to solve workplace disputes. The initiative creates a confidential, quick and affordable process for resolving workplace conflicts. The process is available to employees and employers with 250 or fewer employees, and each party must agree to use the process.

The initiative provides a collection of resources and support to help parties resolve their disputes. To date, the Ministry of Labour has brought forward five resolutions, with three reaching successful resolutions.

The process is designed to help parties better understand their rights and responsibilities, and to resolve disputes through dialogue and problem solving.

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