Word: advance

Category: advance

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Synonyms: advance

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: advance

spanish
avance, progreso, adelanto, progresión, progresar, ...


german
annäherungsversuch, fördern, fortschreiten, vorangehen, verlauf, ...

french
surhausser, agrandir, progression, provision, évoluent, ...

italian
progressione, progresso, avanzamento, avanzata, avanzare, ...

portuguese
avançar, avanço, andar

dutch
genaken, promoveren, voortgang, vordering, bevorderen, ...

russian
задаток, авансовый, продвигаться, продвинуться, аванс, ...

norwegian
fremskritt, framsteg

swedish
avancera, befordran, anmarsch

finnish
arvonnousu, edistys, parannus, eteneminen, edesauttaa, ...

danish
fremrykning, fremskridt

czech
pokročit, předložit, navrhovat, postup, záloha, ...

polish
posuwać, zaliczka, podwyższać, wysuwać, awans, ...

hungarian
javulás

turkish
ilerletmek, ilerleme

greek
προχωρώ, προκαταβάλλω, προβαίνω, πρόοδος

ukrainian
аванс, просуватися, просунутися, авансувати

bulgarian
придвижения

estonian
edenema

croatian
prije, ranije, napredovati

lithuanian
kilti

latvian
progress

romanian
progres

slovak
pokrok, zlepšenie

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The meaning and "use of": advance

noun
  • a forward movement.
  • an amount of money paid before it is due or for work only partly completed.
  • an approach made to someone, typically with the aim of initiating a sexual encounter.

verb
  • move forward, typically in a purposeful way.
  • lend (money) to (someone).

adjective
  • done, sent, or supplied beforehand.

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