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  1. fur·ther

    /ˈfərT͟Hər/

    adverb

    • 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" synonyms at a greater distance, more distant, fartherantonyms closer
    • 2. over a greater expanse of space or time; for a longer way: "we had walked further than I realized"

    adjective

    • 1. more distant in space than something else of the same kind: "two men were standing at the further end of the clearing" synonyms more distant, more remote, remoter, more advanced, more extreme, ... moreantonyms nearer, near
    • 2. additional to what already exists or has already taken place, been done, or been accounted for: "cook for a further ten minutes" synonyms additionally, more, to a greater extent, additional, more, ... more

    verb

    • 1. help the progress or development of (something); promote: "he had depended on using them to further his own career"
  2. Further | Definition of Further at Dictionary.com

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    adverb farther, further, farthest or furthest. at, to, or from a great distance. at or to a remote timefar in the future. to a considerable degree; very mucha far better plan. as far as to the degree or extent that. to the distance or place of. informalwith reference to; as for. by far by a considerable margin.

  3. Further | Definition of Further by Merriam-Webster

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    English Language Learners Definition of further (Entry 3 of 3) : to help the progress of (something) : to cause (something) to become more successful or advanced See the full definition for further in the English Language Learners Dictionary

  4. fur·ther 1. More distant in degree, time, or space: a result that was further from our expectations than last time; the further lamppost. 2. Additional: a further example; a further delay.

  5. Further definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Further means a greater distance than before or than something else. Now we live further away from the city centre. He came to a halt at a crossroads fifty yards further on.

  6. FURTHER | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    further definition: 1. comparative of far: to a greater distance or degree, or at a more advanced level: 2. If you go…. Learn more.

  7. Further | Definition of Further by Lexico

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    Further is a much commoner word, though, and is in addition used in various abstract and metaphorical contexts, for example referring to time, in which farther is unusual, e.g. without further delay; have you anything further to say?; we intend to stay a further two weeks.

  8. Further Synonyms, Further Antonyms | Thesaurus.com

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    Further, the native who gave all the information to Mr. Monger was one of our party. But as he was gone out of reach, no further inquiries were made after him. Kate's anxieties, when she at last hinted them to Malbone, only sent him further into revery. For further assets, he possessed one eye and a twisted smile.

  9. Define farther. farther synonyms, farther pronunciation, farther translation, English dictionary definition of farther. at or to a greater distance, degree, or extent: the farther side of the building Not to be confused with: further – furthermore; in addition: further, he...

  10. Farther | Definition of Farther at Dictionary.com

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    adverb farther, further, farthest or furthest. at, to, or from a great distance. at or to a remote timefar in the future. to a considerable degree; very mucha far better plan. as far as to the degree or extent that. to the distance or place of. informalwith reference to; as for. by far by a considerable margin.

  11. Further education - Wikipedia

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    Further education has expanded immensely in recent years helped by the institutions and their relationships with their communities. Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI), which was established on 6 November 2012, [5] is the regulatory for FE qualifications.