advanced

adjective (having made a lot of progress; at a high level: an advanced computer course; in the advanced stages of the illness.) avanzado
advanced
tr[əd'vɑːnst]
adjective
1 avanzado,-a
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
of advanced years de avanzada edad
advanced [æd'væntst, əd-] adj
1) developed: avanzado, desarrollado
2) precocious: adelantado, precoz
3) higher: superior
advanced
adj.
adelantado, -a adj.
anticipado, -a adj.
avanzado, -a adj.
precoz adj.
əd'vænst, əd'vɑːnst
adjective <civilization/technology/course> avanzado; <student> avanzado, adelantado

to be advanced in years — ser* entrado en años

the project isn't very far advanced — el proyecto no está muy adelantado

[ǝd'vɑːnst]
1. ADJ
1) (=developed) [civilization, society] avanzado
2) (=not elementary) [course, level, studies] avanzado, superior; [student] (de nivel) avanzado

advanced mathematics — matemáticas fpl avanzadas or superiores

3) (=precocious) adelantado

her youngest child is very advanced for his age — su hijo menor es muy adelantado para su edad

4) (=modern) [ideas] avanzado
5) (in time) [stage] avanzado; [disease] de grado avanzado

the talks are at an advanced stage — las negociaciones están muy avanzadas

women in advanced stages of pregnancy — mujeres fpl en los últimos meses del embarazo

the research is well advanced — la investigación está muy adelantada

patients with advanced cancer — los pacientes con cáncer de grado avanzado

she became a mother at the advanced age of 44 — tuvo su primer hijo a la avanzada edad de 44 años

a man of advanced years — un hombre entrado en años, un hombre de edad avanzada

to be advanced in years — estar entrado en años

2.
CPD

advanced gas-cooled reactor N — reactor m avanzado refrigerado por gas

Advanced Level N(Brit) (Scol) frm bachillerato m

she has an Advanced level in chemistry — tiene un título de Advanced Level en química

advanced photo system N — sistema m avanzado de fotografía

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[əd'vænst, əd'vɑːnst]
adjective <civilization/technology/course> avanzado; <student> avanzado, adelantado

to be advanced in years — ser* entrado en años

the project isn't very far advanced — el proyecto no está muy adelantado


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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