bring forward

verb(tr, adverb)
  1. to present or introduce (a subject) for discussion

  2. accounting to transfer (a figure representing the sum of the figures on a page or in a column) to the top of the next page or column

  1. to move to an earlier time or date: the kickoff has been brought forward to 2 p.m.

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