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bring forward

  
   vt + adv  
1      [+evidence, idea]   presentar  
  [+argument]  
exponer  
  [+suggestion]  
proponer  
  [+offer]  
hacer
2    (=advance time of)  
  [+date, meeting]  
adelantar
3      (Book-keeping)   pasar a otra cuenta  
brought forward      saldo    m   anterior  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
bring forward vt.
traer adelante
[INFO]

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
v.
contratar
After the last merging hundreds of new workers were brought in.
vt.
arruinar
nnpl.
arruinar
vt.
traer al frente
[INFO]
vt.
lanzar al mercado
[BIZ]
exp.
acércalo
exp.
¡venga! ; ¡dale! ; ¡vamos!
[Fam.]
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"bring forward": examples and translations in context
The Commission should bring forward new suggestions forthwith. La Comisión debería presentar nuevas propuestas en este sentido.
Our committees have been working with the rapporteurs to ensure that we can bring forward sensible amendments. Nuestras comisiones han trabajado con los ponentes para garantizar que podamos presentar enmiendas razonables.
You can also bring forward the use of Points from the following year. También puede adelantar el uso de Puntos del año siguiente.
In Cardiff we essentially decided to bring forward the discussion by nearly nine months. En Cardiff no se acordó otra cosa que la de adelantar el debate en casi un trimestre.
And it is up to us to bring forward something completely different. Y nos toca a nosotros forjar algo completamente diferente.
And to bring forward another way-a real and liberating alternative to these horrors. Y para forjar otro camino - una alternativa concreta y liberadora a estos horrores.
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