Forwards Contract (or Forwards),
Forwards Contract (or Forwards) Meanings:
Buying or selling an asset at a particular time in the future is an agreement between the two parties, at a price agreed upon at the time of negotiation.
Literal Meanings of Forwards Contract (or Forwards)
Meanings of Forwards:
Whichever way you look or walk.
Keep making progress.
Just in time for the future.
Move forward or forward, or the direction you are looking or going
For the future.
Come to successful results.
To be brave or to rely on (someone) in some way.
Aggressive player in football, hockey or other sports.
A specific asset, usually a currency, of a certain value on a specific future date. Trade agreement
Send (letter or email) to another destination.
Help move forward (some)
Sentences of Forwards
He started the engine and the car sped off.
Signing an agreement is a big step
Future profit of 2.2 billion is expected.
Twelve month forecast
The decision is one step ahead
I'm not usually a forward thinker
Synonyms of Forwards
brash, advance, hurry along, bold, accelerate, brazen, familiar, promote, readdress, favour, foster, presumptuous, progressive, encourage, daring, barefaced, step up, support, shameless, help, give backing to, further, advancing, aid, back, forward-looking, prospective
Meanings of Contract:
Written or verbal agreements, especially those relating to work, sales or rent, which must be legally enforceable.
Decrease in size, number or rating.
Make a formal and legally binding agreement.
Grip or development (disease or infectious agent)
For duty (loan)
Sentences of Contract
Both parties will have to sign an employment agreement
As it cools, the glass contracts
Local authorities will use various agencies to provide services
Three people contracted a deadly virus
Synonyms of Contract
shrink, catch, commit oneself, get smaller, succumb to, engage, become liable to pay, compact, become infected with, undertake, fall ill with, undertaking, agreement, pick up, acquire, bond, pledge, arrangement, fall into, commitment, be taken ill with, covenant, be stricken with, get, pact, understanding, become smaller
Meanings of Or:
Used to connect alternatives.
Introduction of synonyms or explanation of previous words or phrases.
If not (represents the consequences of not doing or not doing anything)
Usually in the form of a question, provide a reflection.
A Boolean operator that has at least one operand (or input) and otherwise zero.
As gold or yellow
Oregon (in postal use)
Another patent (designated officer)
Sentences of Or
A cup of tea or coffee
Spy novel or, as the trade is known, suspension
Hurry up or you will lose everything
John's indifference, right? - He got confused
The only way to know God or human beings is through love
Synonyms of Or
or, if not, or else