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  1. progress

    • n.
      forward or onward movement towards a destination;a state journey or official tour, especially by royalty.
    • v.
      move forward or onward in space or time;develop towards an improved or more advanced condition
    • verb: progress, 3rd person present: progresses, gerund or present participle: progressing, past tense: progressed, past participle: progressed

    • noun: progress, plural noun: progresses

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    • adj.
      calculated or determined according to the technique of progression: I felt especially lucky since, according to my progressed chart, Jupiter had moved into my first house the progressed sun is in the water sign of Pisces

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    • adj.
      calculated or determined according to the technique of progression: I felt especially lucky since, according to my progressed chart, Jupiter had moved into my first house the progressed sun is in the water sign of Pisces

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      in the course of being done or carried out

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    • ph.
      in the course of being done or carried out

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    • n.
      a person in an organization who is responsible for checking that work is done efficiently and ...

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    • n.
      an unfinished project that is still being added to or developed: the book itself is still a work in progress the days give students the opportunity to present their work in progress

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    • n.
      an unfinished project that is still being added to or developed: the book itself is still a work in progress students may bring along a blank DVD to record their work in progress

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    • ph.
      a progressive deterioration, especially through self-indulgence

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    • n.
      forward or onward movement toward a destination: the darkness did not stop my progress they failed to make any progress up the narrow estuary
    • v.
      move forward or onward in space or time: as the century progressed, the quality of telescopes improved

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