Student or Learner
I often hear people saying, "screw back/forward" or things like that when they were asking their kids to move forward or backward. But I don't think it was" screw back".
Are there any phrases indicating "move forward/backward" and the pronunciation is similar to "screw back"?
The word you're looking for is "scooch".
It's an informal word meaning to move yourself or a piece of furniture forward, backward or sideways just a little to accommodate space for someone or something else.
Can you scooch your seat just a little so we can fit another chair? Thanks.