To make something happen earlier than originally planned.(verb)
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Use "bring forward" in a sentence
"Some initial hazinessor room for improvementcan be important to stimulate discussion and bring forward ideas; haziness can be a marketing strategy."
"He was keenly anxious that his friends, the Liberal Unionists, should not let the opportunity slip, but should bring forward a “counter scheme to Gladstone's,” giving real powers of local government."
"I felt that he was the one who could help bring forward our still-vague ambitions."