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advancement

noun
 
 
/ədˈvɑːnsmənt/
[C or U] an improvement relating to a particular activity or area of knowledge: The President's speech to the conference centered on the advancement of alternative fuel sources as a means of ensuring our future survival.advancements in sth Nowadays, merger and acquisition transactions occur at a faster pace, due in part to advancements in communications. technological/economic/medical advancement
[U] WORKPLACE the process of improving your career, for example, by getting a more important position within an organization or by moving to another company for a better job: In order to keep good employees, you need to provide them with possibilities for growth and advancement.career/professional/personal advancement Taking time off work to have children should not be a barrier to career advancement. advancement opportunities/prospects
Traducciones de “advancement”
en chino (tradicionál) 發展,提高,改善…
en ruso прогресс, продвижение…
en turco ilerleme…
en chino (simplificado) 发展,提高,改善…
en polaco postęp, osiągnięcie…
(Definition of advancement from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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