progress

All Noun Verb
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  • While together they made some initial progress, she refused to train him further.
  • They are involved in present conditions, in the world and its work and progress.
  • On his appearance, he spoke about progress towards peace that he has recently observed.
  • While it seems that all three were in agreement, no further progress was made.
  • At the time this was considered important to the potential progress of the war.
  • This also meant no progress has been made in global state security.
  • Players progress to the next level once all enemies on the current level are defeated.
  • Another three children treated since then were also making good progress.
  • When things did not progress quickly toward that end, he put the team up for sale.
  • In these systems, students progress through a series of schools.
  • Both public and private schools have made remarkable progress in the last decade.
  • Substantial progress has been made, but much work remains to be done.
  • His writing career progressed until he gave up his job to become a professional writer.
  • It soon became apparent that the committee was too large for any further progress to be made quickly.
  • Each of his three major books was a work continually in progress.
  • He was the only Australian in any tennis event to progress past the first round.
  • In heavy fighting during the day the British armour made little further progress.
  • His early progress in learning was slow, and he still could not read when he was eight years old.
  • The winning team and the runners-up from each group then progress to the next round.
  • As winter progresses, they will always remain where there is open water free of ice.
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Meaning of progress

  • noun The act of moving forward (as toward a goal)
  • noun A movement forward
    he listened for the progress of the troops
  • verb Develop in a positive way
    He progressed well in school, My plants are coming along, Plans are shaping up