All Noun Verb
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  • This is due to summer time having advanced the time by one hour.
  • Then one or both would advance and attempt to defeat the enemy force.
  • Each of the first three powers is available in an advanced form.
  • A majority live in rural areas, and have little access to advanced education.
  • After the end of the war, he rapidly advanced his political career.
  • An advanced player can play any scale and in any key.
  • Another advance to the river south of the city followed.
  • Everything went as he wished, they said, because he seemed to know everything in advance.
  • "For I am an old man and my wife is advanced in years."
  • Roman roads are considered the most advanced roads built until the early 19th century.
  • Once signed, some learn to play better football and some advance to the senior or professional teams.
  • The evidence from the site shows advanced technology probably under the control of army engineers.
  • How else can an actor expect to advance the scene forward without something to play with?
  • Some spaces on the track will advance the player while others will send him back.
  • Much evidence of manufacturing activity has been found and more advanced techniques were used.
  • At this point, Russian forces were beginning to advance into various eastern European countries.
  • His theoretical studies soon advanced into several different single-family house models.
  • All methods need follow up over time; starting with the advancing areas first.
  • The following are the principal theories that have been advanced over the years.
  • He wrote and submitted the speech in advance and it was published after his death.
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Meaning of advance

  • noun An amount paid before it is earned
  • noun Increase in price or value
    the news caused a general advance on the stock market
  • verb Move forward, also in the metaphorical sense
    Time marches on
  • verb Bring forward for consideration or acceptance
    advance an argument
  • verb Cause to move forward
    Can you move the car seat forward?
  • verb Develop further
    We are advancing technology every day
  • verb Pay in advance
    Can you advance me some money?
  • verb Move forward
    we have to advance clocks and watches when we travel eastward
  • verb Rise in rate or price
    The stock market gained 24 points today