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Past participle ofadvance. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (highly developed)
a. avanzado
Your daughter's musical skills are very advanced.Las habilidades musicales de su hija son muy avanzadas.
b. adelantado
Christopher is very advanced in mathematics for his age.Para su edad, Christopher está muy adelantado en las matemáticas.
2. (complex)
a. avanzado
Rebecca took an advanced Spanish course.Rebecca tomó un curso de español avanzado.
b. superior
Applicants to this position must have completed an advanced education in physics.Los candidatos a este puesto deben haber completado una educación superior en física.
3. (ahead in time)
a. adelantado
The project is much more advanced than I had imagined.El proyecto está más adelantado de lo que me había imaginado.
4. (progressive)
a. avanzado
His advanced ideas were not welcome in traditional society.Sus ideas avanzadas no eran bienvenidas en la sociedad tradicional.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (child, student)
a. avanzado(a), aventajado(a)
2. (country)
a. avanzado(a)
she's very advanced for her ageestá muy adelantada para su edad
advanced [ədˈvɑːnst]
1 (developed) [+civilization, society] avanzado
the role of the working class in advanced industrial society Our galaxy may possess thousands of advanced civilizations
2 (not elementary) [+course, level, studies] avanzado; superior; [+student] (de nivel) avanzado
both beginners and advanced students will benefit from this course
advanced mathematics matemáticas (f) avanzadas or superiores
an advanced driving test an advanced course in the writing of plays for television The lab has recently been updated to allow for more advanced courses Many are afraid that, without more training or advanced technical skills, they'll lose their jobs courses for beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels
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
a modern man with advanced ideas
5 (in time) [+stage] avanzado
In Italy the programme is even more advanced The project was able to draw on the well advanced plans for housing improvement summer was well advanced He is desperately trying to add to his squad before the season gets too far advanced
[+disease] de grado avanzado
the talks are at an advanced stage las negociaciones están muy avanzadas; women in advanced stages of pregnancy mujeres (f) 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
"Medicare" is available to victims of advanced kidney disease Although Susan survived advanced cancer, early detection seems to be the key to success He went on to suggest that national differences are always important, even in the most advanced stages of modernization
she became a mother at the advanced age of 44 tuvo su primer hijo a la avanzada edad de 44 años
at an advanced age, a parent is unlikely to change Even at an advanced age he's still a brilliant batsman
a man of advanced years un hombre entrado en años; un hombre de edad avanzada; to be advanced in years estar entrado en años
advanced gas-cooled reactor (n) reactor (m) avanzado refrigerado por gas
Advanced Level (n) (Britain) (Educ) bachillerato (m)
she has an Advanced level in chemistry tiene un título de Advanced Level en química
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