from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Highly developed or complex.
- adj. Being at a higher level than others: an advanced text in physics.
- adj. Ahead of the times; progressive: advanced teaching methods.
- adj. Far along in course or time: an advanced stage of illness; a person of advanced age.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of advance.
- adj. At or close to the state of the art.
- adj. Enhanced.
- adj. Having moved forward in time or space (e.g. advanced ignition timing).
- adj. In a late stage of development; greatly developed beyond an initial stage.
- adj. Pronounced farther to the front of the vocal tract.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. In the van or front.
- adj. In the front or before others, as regards progress or ideas.
- adj. Far on in life or time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated in front of or before others.
- In the front; forward; being in advance of or beyond others in attainments, degree, etc.: as, an advanced Liberal.
- Having reached a comparatively late stage, as of development, progress, life, etc.: as, he is now at an advanced age.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. farther along in physical or mental development
- adj. far along in time
- adj. ahead in development; complex or intricate
- adj. comparatively late in a course of development
- adj. situated ahead or going before
- adj. ahead of the times
- adj. (of societies) highly developed especially in technology or industry
- adj. at a higher level in training or knowledge or skill
In return, the label advanced money while providing the relationships, expertise and infrastructure to record, manufacture, market, promote, distribute and sell the music.
Rebecca's mind, though, of course, there was not much time for her to give to anything but her studies and regular duties now, for as the term advanced the freshmen found their hours pretty well filled.
As the term advanced we had a joint discussion between representative juniors in the two societies.
As the term advanced the whispers grew and he felt that there were plots in the air.
He was sixteen now and he could when he liked rule them all, and gradually, as the term advanced, he used his strength more and more and was more and more alone.
Meanwhile, as the term advanced, Saint Winifred's gradually revealed itself to Charlie in a more and more unfavourable light.
I keep using the term advanced because I have had two different teams take a look and they say it is too difficult for them.
The trigger is when AOL Time Warner uses the cable assets to deploy what we call advanced instant messaging.
Here in Harvard we have had for many years a considerable range of electives in the admission examinations, particularly in what we call the advanced requirements.
According to General Bragg's report, Johnston's line of battle, after marching less than a mile beyond the scene of the first attack made by the three companies of the Twenty-fifth Missouri, came upon the strengthened National pickets, which he calls advanced posts.