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How to Pronounce Towards?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Towards" is [tʊwˈɔːdz], [tʊwˈɔːdz], [t_ʊ_w_ˈɔː_d_z].

"Towards" in context

Towards is an abstract concept that in its simplest form reflects a direction, usually in the form of a line of sight. It has multiple layers of meaning and, depending on the context, can encourage positive or negative feelings. In the context of life, it can refer to the direction a person is headed, either in thought or action. Towards can symbolize any sort of personal growth or change; it can act as a source of motivation and inspire ambition. It can also signify a forward-looking attitude, optimism, and a striving to reach unattainable goals.

Usage over time for Towards:

This graph shows how "Towards" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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