toward
[tə'wɔ:d]

prep

[Definition]: in the direction of

[Example Sentences]:
1. Russia is also heading toward its first recession since 2009.
2. Rates will see a gradual improvement this year and accelerate toward 2015.
3. Overall, small business indicators point toward a healthy market for 2016.
4. Four people were dead, and the shooter was gone, last seen walking toward Interstate 5.
5. I think we need more good days before we move more rapidly toward any kind of normalization.
6. I think this is a step toward the right model.
7. The OS is expected toward the end of the year.
8. This was when I was going to leave, going toward the exit.
9. They have the ability to drive enterprises toward new levels of customer activation.
10. It is something we are working toward, and there are pieces of that we can do now.
11. Intel is taking another step forward in its march toward mobile relevancy.
12. The trial is expected to conclude toward the end of the month.
13. They could see concrete was flying all over the place toward firefighters.
14. It would also move the program toward electronic filing of all documents.
15. Google decided that being open with its numbers was the first step toward changing them.

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