1. verb
1) (to move forward: The army advanced towards the town; Our plans are advancing well; He married the boss's daughter to advance (= improve) his chances of promotion.) napredovati, pospešiti
2) (to supply (someone) with (money) on credit: The bank will advance you $500.) vnaprej plačati
2. noun
1) (moving forward or progressing: We've halted the enemy's advance; Great advances in medicine have been made in this century.) prodor, napredek
2) (a payment made before the normal time: Can I have an advance on my salary?) predujem
3) ((usually in plural) an attempt at (especially sexual) seduction.) dvorjenje
3. adjective
1) (made etc before the necessary or agreed time: an advance payment.) vnaprejšen
2) (made beforehand: an advance booking.) predčasen
3) (sent ahead of the main group or force: the advance guard.) predstraža
- in advance
* * *
I [ədvá:ns]
transitive verb
naprej pomikati, pospešiti; predlagati; dati predujem, posoditi; podražiti;
intransitive verb
naprej se pomikati, napredovati; dvigati se, rasti; izjaviti
to advance a solution for — izdati odlok o čem
to advance an opinion — povedati mnenje
to advance a claim — zahtevati kaj
II [ədvá:ns]
napredovanje, napredek; zbliževanje; dvig (cen); ara, nadav, predujem, posojilo; ponudba; boljša ponudba
to be in advance of s.o. — prehiteti koga, imeti prednost pred kom
to be on the advance — dvigati se, naraščati (cene)
in advance — vnaprej; spredaj
to make advances — dvoriti, skušati se sprijateljiti
payment in advance — plačilo vnaprej
III [ədvá:ns]
advance guard — predstraža, prednja straža
military advance party — prednja četa
advance sale — predprodaja

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.


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