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advance (verb), advances; advanced; advancing
1. To move someone or something forward in position.
2. To put something forward; such as, a proposal.
3. To supply something or part of something; especially, money, before it is due.
4. To rise, or to make or help someone rise, in rank or position.
5. To make something happen earlier than originally expected.
6. Etymology: from Latin abante, "before" which was based on ab-, "from" and ante, "before".
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(Greek: a suffix: to spread, to disperse; to move, to go; to withdraw, to advance; a means or agency for distribution)
(GPS expected to advance into consumer mainstream)
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advance forward
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advance planning
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advance preview
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advance reservation or reservations
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advance scouting *
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advance warning
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