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Advancer meaning in English

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Advancer

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Noun

1. advancer

someone who advances

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Advancer

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verb
1. 
to go or bring forward in position
2. (foll by on)
to move (towards) in a threatening manner
3. (transitive)
to present for consideration; suggest
4. 
to bring or be brought to a further stage of development; improve; further
5. (transitive)
to cause (an event) to occur earlier
6. (transitive)
to supply (money, goods, etc) beforehand, either for a loan or as an initial payment
7. 
to increase (a price, value, rate of occurrence, etc) or (of a price, etc) to be increased
8. (intransitive)
to improve one's position; be promoted
he advanced rapidly in his job
9. (transitive) archaic
to promote in rank, status, or position
noun
10. 
forward movement; progress in time or space
11. 
improvement; progress in development
12. business
a. 
the supplying of commodities or funds before receipt of an agreed consideration
b. 
the commodities or funds supplied in this manner
c. 
(as modifier)
an advance supply
13. Also called: advance payment
a money payment made before it is legally due
this is an advance on your salary
14. 
a loan of money
15. 
an increase in price, value, rate of occurrence, etc
16.  a less common word for advancement (sense 1)
17.  in advance
18. (modifier)
forward in position or time
advance booking
an advance warning

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Advancer

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verb transitiveWord forms: adˈvanced or adˈvancing
1. 
to bring forward; move forward
to advance a chessman
2. 
to raise in rank, importance, etc.; promote
3. 
to help or hasten the success or completion of; further
to advance a project
4. 
to put forward; propose
5. 
to bring closer to the present
; specif.,
a. 
to cause (a future event) to happen earlier
b. 
to assign a later date to (a past event)
6. 
to raise the rate of; increase
to advance prices
7. 
to pay (money) before due
8. 
to lend
verb intransitive
9. 
to go forward; move ahead
10. 
to make progress; improve; develop
11. 
to rise in rank, importance, etc.
12. 
to rise in price or cost; increase
noun
13. 
a moving forward
14. 
an improvement; progress
new advances in science
15. 
a rise in value or cost
16.  [pl.]
approaches to get favor, become acquainted, etc.; overtures (to someone)
17. 
a payment made before due, as of wages
18. 
a loan
adjective
19. 
in front
advance guard
20. 
beforehand; ahead of time
advance information

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Advancer

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v. ad·vanced, ad·vanc·ing, ad·vanc·es
v.tr.
1. To cause to move forward: advance a chess piece.
2. To put forward; propose or suggest: advanced a novel theory during the seminar.
3. To aid the growth or progress of: advanced the cause of freedom.
4. To raise in rank; promote.
5. To cause to occur sooner: advance a deadline by one week.
6. To raise in amount or rate; increase.
7. To pay (money or interest) before due.
8. To supply or lend, especially on credit.
9. To serve as an advance person for (a trip to be made by a politician or a dignitary): "advanced the China trip during which the first trade agreements ... were signed" (Suzanne Perney).
10. Archaic To lift.
v.intr.
1.
a. To go or move forward or onward.
b. To move against another, as when attacking: advance on the enemy's position.
2. To make progress; improve.
3. To rise in rank, position, or value.
4. To serve as an advance person for a trip to be made by a politician or a dignitary.
n.
1. The act or process of moving or going forward.
2. A forward move, as toward an objective; a progressive step: an advance in genetic engineering.
3. An increase of price or value.
4. advances Opening approaches made to secure acquaintance, favor, or an agreement; overtures.
5.
a. The furnishing of funds or goods on credit.
b. The funds or goods so furnished; a loan.
6.
a. Payment of money before due: an advance on next month's salary.
b. The money so paid.
7. Preparation, especially publicity, done prior to the appearance of a public figure or the staging of a public event.
adj.
1. Made or given ahead of time: an advance payment.
2. Going before, in front, or forward.

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