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Synonyms for advance

lend

Synonyms

  • lend
  • loan
  • accommodate someone with
  • supply on credit

Antonyms

  • defer payment
  • withhold payment

in advance

Synonyms for advance

to go forward, especially toward a conclusion

to state, as an idea, for consideration

to cause to move forward or upward, as toward a goal

to raise in rank

to attain a higher status, rank, or condition

to supply (money), especially on credit

Synonyms

the amount by which something is increased

a preliminary action intended to elicit a favorable response

Synonyms for advance

a movement forward

a tentative suggestion designed to elicit the reactions of others

an amount paid before it is earned

increase in price or value

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bring forward for consideration or acceptance

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increase or raise

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cause to move forward

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Antonyms

obtain advantages, such as points, etc.

develop in a positive way

develop further

pay in advance

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move forward

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rise in rate or price

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being ahead of time or need

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situated ahead or going before

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References in periodicals archive ?
Advance at Southgate consists of three, above-grade floors of 90,000 s/ f over covered parking and additional below-grade space of 50,000 s/f, which provides ideal space for a data center, cafe, fitness center, repro center and storage.
Thus, there was no certainty as to when the services would be performed and the advance payments included in income.
In 1995, advance EITC payments are available to any worker with at least one qualifying child who expects 1995 income of less than approximately $24,395.
Advance Nanotech achieved several major milestones in 2006, including:
Advance at Bridgewater III is an 80,068 square-foot, three-story Class A office building which is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2000.
The bill gives the state the authority to levy fines up to $1,000 a day per incident per location against cash advance licensees who violate the new law.
Commenting on the announcement, Magnus Gittins, Chairman of Advance Nanotech, said: 'We estimate that the global display market is worth over $100 billion.
The proposed listing of ADT follows the Company's reorganization, announced in August 2006, in which two new subsidiary companies were incorporated; Advance Display Technologies Plc and Advance Homeland Security Plc.
His decisive leadership strengths and extensive knowledge of industry and government are extremely valuable in the execution of Advance Nanotech's strategic vision" said Magnus Gittins.
Trainees will be prepared for the high-paying, high-tech jobs this industry is generating as they advance their skills while working on real-world applications at the incubator lab within a professional, team-based production environment, using the state of the art tools and systems available at the IDEAL Tech Center.
Most credit cards charge higher rates for cash advances than they charge for retail purchases; begin charging interest immediately after the transaction (as opposed to giving a grace period like with retail purchases); don't give reward points for cash advances; restrict cash advances to only a portion of the credit line; and generally don't apply monthly payments against cash advance transactions until the retail purchase balance is paid off.
Arriva Card gives casino patrons with strong credit and in-casino cash advance histories more access to cash - and at better terms - than they'd typically have with traditional credit cards.
Assurance of long-term remote upgrade compatibility as technology advances are made that benefit customers and reduce utility costs included in customer rates.
In view of the cost of a complete semiconductor product, expense on packaging accounts for 5 to 25 percentage of market price of one semiconductor unit; however, as technology advances, the proportion of packaging cost to the whole cost becomes higher.
These factors include the small number of transactions that are completed each quarter, the value of individual transactions, the timing of the recognition and the magnitude of unrealized gains and losses, UTEK's dependence on the performance of companies in its portfolio, the possibility that advances in technology could render the technologies it has transferred obsolete, the loss of technology licenses by companies in its portfolio, the degree to which it encounters competition in its markets, the volatility of the stock market and the volatility of the valuations of the companies it has invested in as it relates to its realized and unrealized gains and losses, the concentration of investments in a small number of companies, as well as other general economic conditions.