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Adjective
Added to an existing or usual amount or number
“We also require further information on how the transition to the new evergreen tariff regime might be achieved.”
Adjective
More distant in space than another item of the same kind
“Two men were standing at the further end of the clearing.”
Adjective
More remote from a central point
“The museum is in the further reaches of the town.”
Adjective
Serving as a means of pursuing an aim or policy
Adjective
A greater amount
more ❯
Adverb
In addition to what has been stated
“The size of the market is several orders of magnitude higher. Further, it is available 24 hours per day.”
Adverb
In addition to what has been stated
“And, he will eat his cake too!”
Adverb
At, or to, a more distant or advanced position or point
“For some time, I had wanted to move further from London.”
Adverb
Used to emphasize the difference between a supposed or suggested fact or state of mind and the truth
“Nothing could be further from his mind than marrying.”
Adverb
Additional to what already exists or has already taken place, been done, or been accounted for
“The size of the central database can be reduced further by several factors using this method.”
Adverb
Further forward in time or place
Adverb
Increasing in amount or intensity
Verb
To foster the growth or development of
more ❯
“He had depended on using them to further his own career.”
Verb
(lead to) To culminate or result in a particular event or consequence
more ❯
Verb
To rapidly grow out of proportion or control
more ❯
Verb
To make progress or increase the skill of
more ❯
Verb
To persuade someone of the merits of
more ❯
Verb
To raise to a more important or impressive level
Verb
To make something less tight
Verb
Assist someone or comply with their requests
more ❯
Verb
Press for political action
Phrase
(idiomatic) Also; or adding to something or someone already considered
Phrase
(typically used with to) As well as
Determiner
On top of one or ones previously referred to
Preposition
In addition to this
Conjunction
Introducing the continuation of narration from a previous understood point
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