Advance ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Advance ( verb )

  1. To move forward or onward.
  2. To make progress or increase.
  3. To improve or develop.
  4. To promote or make something happen.
  5. To bring something forward in time or space.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french avancer, from latin ad- "towards" + avans "ahead".

Examples:

  1. The company is advancing new technology.
  2. He advanced to the next round of the tournament.
  3. She advanced her career through hard work.
  4. The army advanced on the enemy.
  5. The scientist advanced a new theory.

(As a noun)

Advance ( noun )

  1. To move forward or onward.
  2. To make progress or increase.
  3. To improve or develop.
  4. To promote or make something happen.
  5. To bring something forward in time or space.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french avancer, from latin ad- "towards" + avans "ahead".

Examples:

  1. The company is advancing new technology.
  2. He advanced to the next round of the tournament.
  3. She advanced her career through hard work.
  4. The army advanced on the enemy.
  5. The scientist advanced a new theory.
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