advance


advance
ad·vance [ədʼvɑ:n(t)s, Am -ʼvæ:n(t)s] vi
1) (make progress)
to \advance [in sth] [mit etw dat] Fortschritte machen [o vorankommen];
2) (be promoted) aufsteigen, befördert werden
3) (move forward) sich akk vorwärtsbewegen, vorwärtsgehen; mil vorrücken;
(approach) näher kommen, sich akk nähern;
the troops \advanced on the city die Truppen marschierten auf die Stadt zu vt
1) (develop)
to \advance sth etw voranbringen [o weiterbringen];
to \advance one's career/a cause seine Karriere/eine Sache vorantreiben
2) (make earlier)
to \advance sth etw vorverlegen;
to \advance sb sth money jdm etw vorstrecken [o vorschießen];
3) (postulate)
to \advance sth plan, idea etw vorbringen
4) (increase)
to \advance a price einen Preis erhöhen
5) (promote)
to \advance sb jdn befördern n
1) no pl (forward movement) Vorwärtsgehen nt, Vorrücken nt;
nothing could stop the \advance of the flood waters nichts konnte die Wassermassen aufhalten
2) (progress) Fortschritt m
3) (ahead of time)
in \advance im Voraus;
please let me know in \advance sag mir bitte vorher Bescheid;
she arrived in \advance of everyone else sie kam vor allen anderen an
4) (payment) Vorschuss m (on auf +akk)
5) (flirtation)
\advances pl Annäherungsversuche mpl;
unwelcome \advances unerwünschte Annäherungsversuche mpl;
to reject [or spurn] sb's \advances jds Annäherungsversuche mpl zurückweisen jdm die kalte Schulter zeigen (fam) adj
attr vorherig;
\advance copy Vorausexemplar nt, Vorabdruck m;
\advance payment Vorauszahlung f;
without \advance warning ohne Vorwarnung, unangekündigt

English-German students dictionary . 2013.

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