advanced

英 [æd'vɑːnst] 美 [əd'vænst]
  • adj. 先进的;高级的;晚期的;年老的
  • v. 前进;增加;上涨(advance的过去式和过去分词形式)
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advanced (adj.)
1530s, "far ahead in the course of actions or ideas," past participle adjective from advance (v.). Of studies, from 1790. Military use is from 1795. In late 19c. used especially in reference to views on women's equality.
1. The way Swedes integrate immigrants is, she feels, 100% more advanced.
她觉得瑞典人帮助移民适应当地生活的方式百分百地更为先进。

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2. The gentleman, despite his advanced years, helped Kathryn back to her seat.
这位绅士,尽管年事已高,仍然帮着凯瑟琳回到座位上。

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3. The demonstrators fled when soldiers toting machine guns advanced on the crowd.
当持有机枪的士兵向人群进逼时,示威者逃散了。

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4. "Medicare" is available to victims of advanced kidney disease.
老年医疗保险也适用于肾病晚期患者。

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5. The report ranks the UK 20th out of 22 advanced nations.
报告中把英国排在22个先进国家中的第20位。

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