Today's slang word of the day is going forward. Its definitions appear below. Click here to vote on usage and vulgarity, to see words that share the same meaning, and to see words that share the same root words.
- from now, into the future. Usually used in contrast to the near past, as when discussing future corporate plans.
Citation from "CSI Myths: The Shaky Science Behind Forensics", Popular Mechanics, Brad Reagan, August 2009 issue blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: corporate-speak (list of).
-- Walter (firstname.lastname@example.org) from The Online Slang Dictionary
P.S. Sorry about the blacked out citations. Google penalizes the dictionary if I show them. (There's a bunch of information about the penalty here.)