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a/the way forward

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha/the way forwarda/the way forwardan action, plan etc that seems a good idea because it is likely to lead to success A way forward lies in developing more economic links.a/the way forward for This treatment may be the way forward for many inherited disorders. way
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way forThis Transatlantic co-operation was very definitely the way forward for big-scale Brit drama.That is the way forward for snappy families.Simplesse - the way forward for healthy eating?It can especially help to remove unnecessary stumbling-blocks to the way forward for any given person.This was the way forward for Britain as well, she argued.
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