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  1. further

    • IPA[ˈfərT͟Hər]

    美式

    • adv.
      at, to, or by a greater distance (used to indicate the extent to which one thing or person is or becomes distant from another).;used to emphasize the difference between a supposed or suggested fact or state of mind and the truth
    • adj.
      more distant in space than something else of the same kind;more remote from a central point
    • v.
      help the progress or development of (something); promote
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    副詞

    • 1. at, to, or by a greater distance (used to indicate the extent to which one thing or person is or becomes distant from another). for some time I had wanted to move further from London the EU seems to have moved further away from the original aims 同義詞 at a greater distance, more distant, farther反義詞 closer
    • used to emphasize the difference between a supposed or suggested fact or state of mind and the truth as for her being a liar, nothing could be further from the truth nothing could be further from his mind than marrying 同義詞 more unlike, less like, farther反義詞 closer
    • 2. over a greater expanse of space or time; for a longer way we had walked further than I realized wages have been driven down even further
    • beyond the point already reached or the distance already covered Amelie decided to drive further up the coast before going any further we need to define our terms
    • at or to a more advanced, successful, or desirable stage determination could not get her any further at the end of three years they were no further on
    • used to introduce a new point relating to or reinforcing a previous statement On the internet, the size and scope of the market is several orders of magnitude higher. Further, it is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week 同義詞 furthermore, moreover, what's more, also, additionally, ... 更多

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    動詞

    • 1. help the progress or development of (something); promote he had depended on using them to further his own career
    • n.
      education below degree level for people above school age: more school-leavers expect to go on to further education further education college

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    • ph.
      used to refer to or raise a matter discussed in a previous letter or conversation

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    • ph.
      used to refer to or raise a matter discussed in a previous letter or conversation

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      used to indicate that a situation will not change until another announcement is made

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    • ph.
      without any fuss or delay; immediately

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    • ph.
      used to indicate that a situation is only to change when another command is received

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    • ph.
      without any fuss or delay; immediately

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      used to indicate that a situation is only to change when another command is received

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    英式

    • adv.
      at, to, or by a greater distance (used to indicate the extent to which one thing or person is ... for some time I had wanted to move further from London the EU seems to have moved further away from the original aims
    • adj.
      more distant in space than something else of the same kind: two men were standing at the further end of the clearing
    • v.
      help the progress or development of (something); promote: he had depended on using them to further his own career

    Oxford Dictionary