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Advance — synonyms, advance antonyms, definition

1. advance (o)

6 synonyms
ahead beyond going before precedent preceding prepublication

2. advance (a)

7 synonyms
cultivate encourage favour forward foster further nurture

3. advance (Noun)

83 synonyms
access accession accrual accumulation addition advancement advantage ahead allowance approach arrival assault bearing betterment beyond boost caravan cash advance cavalcade cortege • • •
1 antonym
6 definitions

advance (Noun) — A movement forward. ex. "he listened for the advance of the troops"

advance (Noun) — A change for the better; progress in development.

advance (Noun) — A tentative suggestion designed to elicit the reactions of others. ex. "she rejected his advances"

advance (Noun) — The act of moving forward (as toward a goal).

advance (Noun) — An amount paid before it is earned.

advance (Noun) — Increase in price or value. ex. "the news caused a general advance on the stock market"

17 types of
amount amount of money change of location increase motion move movement proffer proposition shift step-up suggestion sum sum of money transformation transmutation travel
23 types
accommodation adjustment career clear sailing conservation easy going elaboration fitting head headway leapfrog life history march plain sailing preservation push recovery refinement resurgence revitalisation • • •

4. advance (Verb)

193 synonyms
accelerate accommodate accredit acquire adduce advocate aggrandise aggrandize aid allege alter ameliorate amend announce appear approach approximate ascend ascribe assert • • •
2 antonyms
back recede
12 definitions

advance (Verb) — Move forward, also in the metaphorical sense. ex. "Time advances"

advance (Verb) — Bring forward for consideration or acceptance. ex. "advance an argument"

advance (Verb) — Increase or raise. ex. "advance the voltage in an electrical circuit"

advance (Verb) — Contribute to the progress or growth of. ex. "I am advancing the use of computers in the classroom"

advance (Verb) — Cause to move forward.

advance (Verb) — Obtain advantages, such as points, etc..

advance (Verb) — Make progress in knowledge or status. ex. "He advanced well in school"

advance (Verb) — Become more developed and sophisticated. ex. "We are advancing technology every day"

advance (Verb) — Give a promotion to or assign to a higher position. ex. "Women tend not to advance in the major law firms"

advance (Verb) — Pay in advance. ex. "Can you advance me some money?"

advance (Verb) — Move forward. ex. "we have to advance clocks and watches when we travel eastward"

advance (Verb) — Rise in rate or price. ex. "The stock market advanced 24 points today"

29 types of
advise ameliorate amend assign back up better climb delegate depute designate develop displace go improve increase lend loan locomote meliorate mend • • •
59 types
brevet bring up carry climb close in conduce connive at contribute creep up draw in edge elapse encroach ennoble entitle favor favour feed forge foster • • •

5. advance (Adjective)

3 synonyms
advanced beforehand in advance
2 definitions

advance (Adjective) — Being ahead of time or need. ex. "gave advance warning"

advance (Adjective) — Situated ahead or going before. ex. "an advance party" ex. "an in advance party"