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Spanish translation of “further”

further

adverb /ˈfəːðə/
(sometimes farther /ˈfaː-/) at or to a great distance or degree
más lejos, más allá
I cannot go any further.
furtherance /ˈfəːðərəns/ noun (formal) the process of helping someone or something to make progress or be successful
fomento; promoción
He spent much energy in the furtherance of his career.
furthermore /-ˈmoː/ adverb in addition (to what has been said)
además
Furthermore, I should like to point out that we have an urgent deadline to meet.
furthest adverb (also farthest /ˈfaː-/) at or to the greatest distance or degree
más lejos
Who lives furthest away?
further education noun (British) education for people who have left school, but that is not at a university.
educación terciària (UK), Educación Permanente de Adultos (Spain)
(Definition of further from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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