advance

advance
1. verb
1) (to move forward: The army advanced towards the town; Our plans are advancing well; He married the boss's daughter to advance (= improve) his chances of promotion.) avanzar, proceder
2) (to supply (someone) with (money) on credit: The bank will advance you $500.) adelantar

2. noun
1) (moving forward or progressing: We've halted the enemy's advance; Great advances in medicine have been made in this century.) avance, adelanto, progreso
2) (a payment made before the normal time: Can I have an advance on my salary?) anticipo
3) ((usually in plural) an attempt at (especially sexual) seduction.) insinuación, propuesta

3. adjective
1) (made etc before the necessary or agreed time: an advance payment.) por adelantado, anticipado
2) (made beforehand: an advance booking.) anticipado
3) (sent ahead of the main group or force: the advance guard.) avanzadilla
- in advance
advance1 n
1. avance
the army's advance el avance del ejército
2. adelanto / progreso / avance
an advance in science un adelanto científico
3. anticipo / adelanto
I need an advance of £50 necesito un adelanto de 50 libras
in advance por adelantado / con antelación
advance2 vb
1. avanzar
the Austrians advanced on Sarajevo los austríacos avanzaron sobre Sarajevo
2. adelantar
we decided to advance the date of the meeting decidimos adelantar la fecha de la reunión
El gerundio de advance se escribe advancing
advance
tr[əd'vɑːns]
noun
1 (movement) avance nombre masculino
2 (progress) adelanto, progreso, avance nombre masculino
3 (payment) anticipo
transitive verb
1 (person, object) avanzar
he advanced all his troops avanzó toda su tropa
advance the film a little avanza un poco la película
2 (theory) avanzar; (idea) proponer; (suggestion) hacer; (opinion) dar
3 (money) anticipar, adelantar
4 (price) aumentar, incrementar
5 (cause, interests) favorecer, ayudar
this will advance the cause of peace esto favorecerá la causa de la paz
6 (date) adelantar
he wants to advance the date of the meeting to the 5th quiere adelantar la fecha de la reunión al día cinco
intransitive verb
1 (move forward) avanzar
the enemy advanced slowly towards us el enemigo avanzó lentamente hacia nosotros
as the days advanced our problems increased conforme pasaban los días nuestros problemas fueron creciendo
2 (rise) subir
house prices continue to advance el precio de la vivienda sigue en alza
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
in advance (gen) antes 2 (rent etc) por adelantado
to pay in advance pagar por adelantado
to know something in advance saber algo de antemano
to let somebody know in advance informar a alguien por adelantado
to book/prepare in advance reservar/preparar con antelación
in advance of antes de
to make advances progresar
to make advances to somebody (contact) establecer contacto con 2 (proposal) hacer una propuesta a 3 (sexually) insinuarse a alguien
advance booking reserva anticipada
advance guard avanzadilla
advance notice previo aviso
advance party avanzadilla
advance payment pago anticipado
advance warning previo aviso
advance [æd'vænts, əd-] v, -vanced ; -vancing vt
1) : avanzar, adelantar
to advance troops: avanzar las tropas
2) promote: ascender, promover
3) propose: proponer, presentar
4) : adelantar, anticipar
they advanced me next month's salary: me adelantaron el sueldo del próximo mes
advance vi
1) proceed: avanzar, adelantarse
2) progress: progresar
advance adj
: anticipado
advance notice: previo aviso
advance n
1) progression: avance m
2) progress: adelanto m, mejora f, progreso m
3) rise: aumento m, alza f
4) loan: anticipo m, préstamo m
5)
in advance : por adelantado
advance
adj.
adelantado, -a adj.
anticipado, -a adj.
n.
adelantamiento s.m.
adelanto s.m.
anticipación s.f.
anticipo s.m.
avance s.m.
paso s.m.
progreso s.m.
v.
acrecentar v.
adelantarse v.
anticipar v.
avanzar v.
aventajar v.
fomentar v.
ganar v.
progresar v.
proponer v.

I
1. əd'væns, əd'vɑːns
intransitive verb
a) \<\<person/vehicleoops\>\> avanzar*; \<\<science/project/society\>\> avanzar*, progresar

to advance on somebody/something — avanzar* hacia alguien/sobre algo

b) advancing pres p

a man of advancing years — un hombre entrado en años


2.
vt
1) (move forward) avanzar*, adelantar; (further) \<\<knowledge\>\> fomentar, potenciar; \<\<interests/cause\>\> promover*
2) (suggest) \<\<idea\>\> presentar, proponer*; \<\<opinion\>\> dar*
3)
a) \<\<date/meeting\>\> adelantar
b) \<\<money/wages\>\> anticipar, adelantar

II
noun
1) c u (of person, army, vehicle) avance m; (of civilization, science) avance m, progreso m, adelanto m

with the advance of old age — con el paso de los años, a medida que envejece (or envejecía etc)

2) advances pl (overtures) insinuaciones fpl

to make advances to somebody — hacerle* insinuaciones a alguien, insinuársele* a alguien

3) c
a) (early payment) anticipo m, adelanto m

advance on something: they gave me an advance of £100 on my salary — me dieron un adelanto or anticipo de 100 libras a cuenta del sueldo

b) (loan) préstamo m
4) (in phrases)

in advance: to pay in advance pagar* por adelantado or por anticipado; tickets are $10 in advance las entradas cuestan 10 dólares si se compran por adelantado; it was planned well in advance se planeó con mucha antelación or anticipación; thanking you in advance — agradeciéndole de antemano su atención


III
adjective (before n)
a) (ahead of time)

the advance publicity for a product — la promoción previa al lanzamiento de un producto

advance booking is essential — es imprescindible hacer la reserva por anticipado or con anticipación

without any advance warning o notice — sin previo aviso

advance payment — pago m anticipado or (por) adelantado

b)

advance man — (AmE Pol) relaciones m públicas

advance man o agent — (AmE Theat) agente m

[ǝd'vɑːns]
1. N
1) (=forward movement) avance m

the rapid advance of the Russian army — el rápido avance de las tropas rusas

2) (=progress) (in science, technology) avance m , adelanto m ; [of disease] avance m

an important scientific advance — un importante avance or adelanto científico

the rapid advance of modern industrial society — el vertiginoso desarrollo de la sociedad industrial moderna

with the advance of old age — según se va/iba envejeciendo

3) [of money]
a) (=initial payment) anticipo m , adelanto m

she was paid a £530,000 advance for her next novel — le dieron un anticipo or adelanto de 530.000 libras por su próxima novela

b) (on salary)

could you give me an advance? — ¿me podría dar un anticipo?

she got an advance on her salary — consiguió que le anticiparan parte del sueldo

c) (=loan) préstamo m
4) (=rise) (in prices) alza f , aumento m

any advance on £15? — (in auction) ¿alguien ofrece más de 15 libras?, 15 libras ¿alguien da más?

5) advances (amorous) insinuaciones fpl ; (Pol) intentos mpl de acercamiento

to make advances to or toward(s) sb — (amorous) insinuarse a algn, hacer insinuaciones a algn

she accused him of making unwanted sexual advances — lo acusó de insinuaciones sexuales indebidas

she rejected his advances — no hizo caso de sus insinuaciones

6)

in advance: to let sb know a week in advance — avisar a algn con ocho días de antelación

to book in advance — reservar con antelación

the dish may be made in advance — el plato puede prepararse con anterioridad

in advance of, to arrive in advance of sb — llegar antes que algn

to be in advance of one's time — adelantarse a su época, estar por delante de su época

to pay in advance — pagar por adelantado

to send sb on in advance — mandar a algn por delante

thanking you in advance — agradeciéndole de antemano

2. VT
1) (=move forward) [+ time, date, clock] adelantar; (Mil) [+ troops] avanzar

it advances the ageing process — acelera el envejecimiento

2) (=further) [+ plan, knowledge] potenciar; [+ interests] promover, fomentar; [+ career] promocionar; [+ cause, claim] promover; [+ person] (in career) ascender (to a)

he has done much to advance our understanding of music — ha contribuido mucho a potenciar nuestros conocimientos musicales

3) (=put forward) [+ idea, opinion, theory] proponer, sugerir; [+ suggestion] hacer; [+ proposal] presentar; [+ opinion] expresar

he advanced the theory that ... — propuso or sugirió la teoría de que ...

4) (=hand over) [+ money] (as initial fee) adelantar, anticipar; (as early wages) adelantar; (as loan) prestar
3. VI
1) (=move forward) avanzar

the advancing enemy army — el ejército enemigo que avanza

she advanced across the room — avanzó hacia el otro lado de la habitación

to advance on sth/sb — (gen) acercarse a algo/algn, avanzar hacia algo/algn

to advance on sth — (Mil) avanzar sobre algo

2) (=progress) [science, technology] progresar, adelantarse; [work, society] avanzar; [career] progresar; [person, pupil] hacer progresos, progresar; (in rank) ascender (to a)

her film career was advancing nicely — su carrera cinematográfica progresaba bien or iba por muy buen camino

despite his advancing years he was a good player — a pesar de su edad (avanzada) era un buen jugador

with advancing years one forgets — con el paso de los años uno se olvida

3) (Econ) (=rise) [price] subir
4.
CPD

advance booking N — reserva f anticipada, reserva f por anticipado

advance booking advisable — se recomienda que reserven por adelantado

advance booking office N(Brit) taquilla f (de reservas or venta anticipada)

advance copy N[of book] ejemplar m de muestra; [of speech] copia f (del discurso)

advance guard N(=reconnaissance group) avanzada f ; (=lookouts) avanzadilla f ; (=mobile unit) brigada f móvil

advance man N(US) (Pol) responsable de una campaña política

advance notice N — aviso m previo

meals can be provided with advance notice — con aviso previo, se preparan comidas

advance party N(=reconnaissance group) avanzada f ; (=lookouts) avanzadilla f

advance payment N — anticipo m

advance publicity N — promoción f (antes del estreno, lanzamiento etc)

advance warning N — aviso m previo

* * *

I
1. [əd'væns, əd'vɑːns]
intransitive verb
a) \<\<person/vehicle/troops\>\> avanzar*; \<\<science/project/society\>\> avanzar*, progresar

to advance on somebody/something — avanzar* hacia alguien/sobre algo

b) advancing pres p

a man of advancing years — un hombre entrado en años


2.
vt
1) (move forward) avanzar*, adelantar; (further) \<\<knowledge\>\> fomentar, potenciar; \<\<interests/cause\>\> promover*
2) (suggest) \<\<idea\>\> presentar, proponer*; \<\<opinion\>\> dar*
3)
a) \<\<date/meeting\>\> adelantar
b) \<\<money/wages\>\> anticipar, adelantar

II
noun
1) c u (of person, army, vehicle) avance m; (of civilization, science) avance m, progreso m, adelanto m

with the advance of old age — con el paso de los años, a medida que envejece (or envejecía etc)

2) advances pl (overtures) insinuaciones fpl

to make advances to somebody — hacerle* insinuaciones a alguien, insinuársele* a alguien

3) c
a) (early payment) anticipo m, adelanto m

advance on something: they gave me an advance of £100 on my salary — me dieron un adelanto or anticipo de 100 libras a cuenta del sueldo

b) (loan) préstamo m
4) (in phrases)

in advance: to pay in advance pagar* por adelantado or por anticipado; tickets are $10 in advance las entradas cuestan 10 dólares si se compran por adelantado; it was planned well in advance se planeó con mucha antelación or anticipación; thanking you in advance — agradeciéndole de antemano su atención


III
adjective (before n)
a) (ahead of time)

the advance publicity for a product — la promoción previa al lanzamiento de un producto

advance booking is essential — es imprescindible hacer la reserva por anticipado or con anticipación

without any advance warning o notice — sin previo aviso

advance payment — pago m anticipado or (por) adelantado

b)

advance man — (AmE Pol) relaciones m públicas

advance man o agent — (AmE Theat) agente m


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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