towards

/ (təˈwɔːdz, tɔːdz) /

preposition

in the direction or vicinity oftowards London
with regard toher feelings towards me
as a contribution or help tomoney towards a new car
just beforetowards one o'clock
Irish in comparison withit's no work towards having to do it by hand

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