further

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more distant

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  • more distant

more

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remote

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further from

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  • less like
  • more unlike

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being an addition

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

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promote the growth of

more distant in especially degree

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to or at a greater extent or degree or a more advanced stage ('further' is used more often than 'farther' in this abstract sense)

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to or at a greater distance in time or space ('farther' is used more frequently than 'further' in this physical sense)

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Just print the official statement; don't go any further.
We normally go on holiday, but we don't go any further than Europe and we normally travel by train or car.
So many people stop and don't go any further because they see the vastness of the task ahead, today is all you need to think about.
We haven't been this far since 1985 and even if we don't go any further this is a fantastic achievement.
A final between Deportivo and Real Madrid is now favourite while the Tote and Stanley go 5-1 that England's three Champions League challengers don't go any further.
If a guy cannot deal with the fact that Lyle and I are such good friends, then OK, we just don't go any further.
While they were still celebrating their moment in the sun they were paired with Gretna in the fourth round but it doesn't matter if they don't go any further because this achievement has marked them as special.
If you don't win this one, you don't go any further.
If you can bend your knees far enough so that your thighs are parallel to the floor, don't go any further than that and don't allow your knees to travel out in front of your toes.
In 99 percent of the cases, this is appendicitis and we don't go any further,'' Masto said.
Concentrate on making a full 90 degree shoulder turn in the backswing, ensuring your arms don't go any further back than the three-quarter point.