What are the Meanings of Forward?

Forward is a term that, as an adverb, can be used in different ways. The concept refers to what is beyond. For example: “As we move forward, the road is in worse condition: I don’t think we can go on”, “I think I know the woman who is eating at the front table”, “In the bank row, ahead of me was Manuel’s aunt “. See ABBREVIATIONFINDER.ORG for abbreviations related to Forward.

The notion of forward can be used together with certain prepositions or other adverbs to refer to the future: “From now on, every time you want to enter my office, you will have to knock on the door first”, “I want to travel to Uruguay to visit my brother but I have no money: the trip should be for later “, ” The boss said that, from now on, the company will no longer pay productivity prizes “.

As an interjection, forward is used to indicate to a person to continue what they are doing or to enter a certain space: “Go ahead, continue with your story”, “Go ahead! The door is open ”, “ I’m a little tired but go ahead, tell me what the conflict is and I’ll try to help you ”.

“Adelante”, on the other hand, is the name of several publications. The Communist Party of Argentina, the Communist Party of Paraguay and the Federation of Socialist Youth Argentinas had a day with this name.

In the same way, we cannot ignore that the term in question has been widely used within the cultural and entertainment fields. Thus, for example, one of the most successful television series of the last decades in Spain was “A step forward”.

It was created by Daniel Écija and was broadcast between 2002 and 2005. It consisted of 84 chapters and revolved around a School of Performing Arts, directed by Carmen Arranz, to which Lola Herrera gave life. It showed the viewer the day to day of the teachers but, above all, of the students who worked tenaciously to make their dream of becoming dancers, singers or actors come true.

Pablo Puyol, Beatriz Luengo, Mónica Cruz, Miguel Ángel Muñoz or Asier Etxeandía, among others, were the young actors who played the characters in the series. What’s more, some of them even actually formed a musical group called UPA Dance, which triumphed with songs like “Morenita” or “Sámbame”.

Quilapayún, a Chilean folklore group, released in 1975 an album titled “Adelante”. That same title brought the disc of the television program “Operación Triunfo” from Spain in late 2006.

Within the sports field, we cannot ignore that, within what is football, in Spain is the so-called Liga Adelante. This is how it is called the league of the groups that, at present, come to integrate what is the Second Division. Specifically, teams such as Getafe, Córdoba, UCAM Murcia, Mirandés, SD Huesca, Tenerife, Cádiz or Elche, among others, participate in this.