Word forms "come forward":
present tense I/you/we/they come forward he/she/it comes forward present participle coming forward past tense came forward past participle come forwardto offer help or informationcome forward with:
The National Blood Service is anxious for more donors to come forward.
Police said that several people had come forward with information about the attack.
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come forward — come for·ward vi: to make a presentation of something to the court usu. used with with must come forward with materials to show that there is a genuine issue of fact J. H. Friedenthal et al. coming forward with the evidence Merriam Webster’s… … Law dictionary
come forward — ► come forward volunteer for a task o r to give evidence. Main Entry: ↑come … English terms dictionary
come forward — [v] volunteer services appear, make proposal, offer services, present oneself, proffer oneself; concept 67 … New thesaurus
come forward — verb make oneself visible; take action (Freq. 1) Young people should step to the fore and help their peers • Syn: ↑come to the fore, ↑step forward, ↑step up, ↑step to the fore, ↑come out … Useful english dictionary
come forward — v. (D; intr.) to come forward with ( to present ) (to come forward with new evidence) * * * [ kʌm fɔːwəd] (D; intr.) to come forward with (to come forward with new evidence; to present ) … Combinatory dictionary
come forward — phr verb Come forward is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑volunteer, ↑witness … Collocations dictionary
come forward — to offer help or information. The police hope that some witness to the shooting will come forward with information … New idioms dictionary
come forward — Vera is always the first to come forward Syn: volunteer, offer one s services, make oneself available … Thesaurus of popular words
ˌcome ˈforward — phrasal verb to offer help or information Police said that several people had come forward with information about the attack.[/ex] … Dictionary for writing and speaking English
come forward — Synonyms and related words: accost, advance, appear, approach, appropinquate, approximate, arise, attract attention, bear down on, bear down upon, bear up, become manifest, become visible, close, close in, close with, come, come closer, come… … Moby Thesaurus