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  • advanced — ad‧vanced [ədˈvɑːnst ǁ ədˈvænst] adjective using the most modern ideas, equipment, and methods: • The country increased foreign currency reserves by selling some of its advanced technology to foreign companies. * * * advanced UK US /ədˈvɑːnst/… …   Financial and business terms

  • Advanced — Ad*vanced , a. 1. In the van or front. [1913 Webster] 2. In the front or before others, as regards progress or ideas; as, advanced opinions, advanced thinkers. [1913 Webster] 3. Far on in life or time. [1913 Webster] A gentleman advanced in years …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • advanced — [ad vanst′, ədvanst′] adj. 1. in advance; moved forward; in front 2. far on in life; old 3. ahead or beyond others in progress, complexity, etc. [advanced studies] 4. higher than usual [advanced prices] SYN. LIBERAL …   English World dictionary

  • advanced — I (elderly) adjective aged, along in years, ancient, old, senior, venerable II (progressive) adjective contemporary, far ahead, forward looking, modern, present day, sophisticated, up to date, up to the minute III …   Law dictionary

  • advanced — (adj.) 1530s, far ahead in the course of actions or ideas, pp. adjective from ADVANCE (Cf. advance) (v.). Of studies, from 1790. Military use is from 1795. In late 19c. used especially in reference to views on women s equality …   Etymology dictionary

  • advanced — 1 forward, precocious, *premature, untimely Antonyms: backward Contrasted words: retrogressive, retrograde, regressive (see BACKWARD) 2 radical, *liberal, progressive Analogous words: daring, venturesome, *adventurous …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • advanced — [adj] ahead in position, time, manner avant garde, breakthrough, cutting edge*, excellent, exceptional, extreme, first, foremost, forward, higher, late, leading, leading edge*, liberal, precocious, progressive, radical, state of the art*,… …   New thesaurus

  • advanced — ► ADJECTIVE 1) far on in progress or life. 2) complex; not elementary. 3) very modern …   English terms dictionary

  • advanced — [[t]ædvɑ͟ːnst, væ̱nst[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n An advanced system, method, or design is modern and has been developed from an earlier version of the same thing. Many are afraid that, without more training or advanced technical skills,… …   English dictionary

  • advanced — adjective 1. farther along in physical or mental development (Freq. 5) the child s skeletal age was classified as advanced children in the advanced classes in elementary school read far above grade average • Similar to: ↑precocious 2.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • advanced — ad|vanced [ əd vænst ] adjective *** 1. ) based on the most recent methods or ideas: advanced technology an advanced communications system a ) an advanced society uses the most recent technology or ideas: advanced nations 2. ) at a high academic… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • advanced */*/*/ — UK [ədˈvɑːnst] / US [ədˈvænst] adjective 1) a) based on the most recent methods or ideas advanced technology an advanced communications system b) an advanced society uses the most recent technology or ideas advanced nations 2) a) at a high… …   English dictionary

  • advanced — ad|vanced W3 [ədˈva:nst US ədˈvænst] adj 1.) very modern ▪ advanced weapon systems ▪ advanced technology ▪ high levels of unemployment in the advanced industrial societies 2.) studying or dealing with a school subject at a difficult level ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Advanced/36 — The Advanced/36 refers to an IBM minicomputer in the System/36 family. It was marketed from 1994 to 2000.The Advanced/36 is physically smaller than other S/36 offerings, but because it contains much more advanced technology, it is the most robust …   Wikipedia

  • advanced — /ad vanst , vahnst /, adj. 1. placed ahead or forward: with one foot advanced. 2. ahead or far or further along in progress, complexity, knowledge, skill, etc.: an advanced class in Spanish; to take a course in advanced mathematics; Our plans are …   Universalium

  • advanced — /ədˈvænst/ (say uhd vanst), / ˈvanst/ (say vahnst) adjective 1. placed in advance: with foot advanced. 2. far on in progress; beyond the average: an advanced class in French. 3. far on in time: an advanced age. 4. Philippine English Colloquial… …   Australian English dictionary