Advancing [verb]

Definition of Advancing:

move something forward, often quickly

Opposite/Antonyms of Advancing:

Sentence/Example of Advancing:

“We can help address the widespread inequities in our communities by providing students with the resources they need for future employment and advancing economic mobility,” said Sabina Kelly, Greater Maryland market president for Bank of America.

The first round of baking the pumpkins can be done up to three days in advance.

This winter, reservations will be required—book a month in advance if you can, as spots will fill up quickly.

Along with Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, Thompson is a part of Golden State’s homegrown core that won three championships and advanced to five straight Finals from 2015 to 2019.

The zoo has reduced capacity by 33 percent, and guests must purchase the $35 tickets in advance online.

On Wednesday, the Senate Commerce Committee advanced similar legislation.

Judy Shelton’s Fed nomination fails to advance, competitors bid for Simon & Schuster, and Dolly Parton does good.

Most recently, IBM continued to advance health disparities science by publishing new findings on the impact of digital health in reducing cardiovascular health disparities, especially for conditions such as hypertension and heart failure.

So we’ve been very focused on how Grist can help advance equity and representation in the environmental journalism field.

New York’s Medicaid Mandatory Generic Drug Program requires insurers to provide advance authorization for the use of brand-name prescriptions, delaying the approval process.