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Translation of "advance" - English-Spanish dictionary

advance

verb /ədˈvaːns/
to move forward
avanzar, proceder
The army advanced towards the town Our plans are advancing well He married the boss’s daughter to advance (= improve) his chances of promotion.
to supply (someone) with (money) on credit
adelantar
The bank will advance you $500.
advanced adjective having made a lot of progress; at a high level
avanzado
an advanced computer course The patient was in the advanced stages of the illness.
advancement noun
Avance
career advancement.
in advance before(hand)
por adelantado
Can you pay me in advance?
in front
al frente de
A group of soldiers had been sent on in advance (of the main force).
(Definition of advance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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