Make+progress

  • 21make your way (to something) — make your ˈway (to/towards sth) idiom to move or get somewhere; to make progress • Will you be able to make your own way to the airport (= get there without help, a ride, etc.)? • Is this your plan for …

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  • 22make your way (towards something) — make your ˈway (to/towards sth) idiom to move or get somewhere; to make progress • Will you be able to make your own way to the airport (= get there without help, a ride, etc.)? • Is this your plan for …

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  • 23make a dent in — make progress We worked hard all day but we didn t seem to make a dent in the amount of work left to do …

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  • 24make inroads into — 1. To make progress with 2. To use up large quantities of • • • Main Entry: ↑inroad …

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  • 25make headway — make progress, advance …

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  • 26progress — I n. 1) to make progress 2) to facilitate progress 3) to hinder, impede, obstruct progress 4) considerable, good, great, material; rapid; slow; smooth; spotty; steady progress 5) economic; scientific; significant; technological progress 6)… …

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  • 27progress — Synonyms and related words: Brownian movement, Great Leap Forward, about face, accomplishment, achieve success, advance, advancement, advancing, alchemy, ameliorate, amelioration, amend, amendment, amplification, amplify, anabasis, angular motion …

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  • 28progress — pro|gress1 W2S2 [ˈprəugres US ˈpra: ] n [U] [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: , past participle of progredi to go forward ] 1.) the process of getting better at doing something, or getting closer to finishing or achieving something ▪ I m afraid… …

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  • 29make — make1 [ meık ] (past tense and past participle made [ meıd ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 create/produce something ▸ 2 do/say something ▸ 3 cause something to happen ▸ 4 force someone to do something ▸ 5 arrange something ▸ 6 earn/get money ▸ 7 give a total ▸… …

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  • 30progress — 1. noun 1) boulders made progress difficult Syn: forward movement, advance, going, progression, headway, passage 2) scientific progress Syn: development, advance, advancement, headway, step(s) forward; …

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  • 31progress — 1. noun 1) snow made progress difficult Syn: (forward) movement, advance, going, headway, passage 2) scientific progress Syn: development, advance, advancement, headway, step forward …

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  • 32make headway — Synonyms and related words: achieve success, advance, ameliorate, amend, arrive, be a success, break through, come along, come on, come through, cover ground, cut a swath, develop, do well, enjoy prosperity, farewell, foot, gain, gain ground,… …

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  • 33make — I UK [meɪk] / US verb Word forms make : present tense I/you/we/they make he/she/it makes present participle making past tense made UK [meɪd] / US past participle made *** Get it right: make: When make means to cause or force someone to do… …

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  • 34make — v. & n. v. (past and past part. made) 1 tr. construct; create; form from parts or other substances (made a table; made it out of cardboard; made him a sweater). 2 tr. (foll. by to + infin.) cause or compel (a person etc.) to do something (make… …

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  • 35make — verb (makes, making, made) 1》 form by putting parts together or combining substances.     ↘(make something into) alter something so that it forms (something else).     ↘arrange bedclothes tidily on (a bed) ready for use.     ↘Electronics complete …

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  • 36progress — I UK [ˈprəʊɡres] / US [ˈprɑɡrəs] noun [uncountable] *** Get it right: progress: Progress is an uncountable noun, and so: ▪  it never comes after a ▪  it is never used in the plural Wrong: The 20th century has brought about a tremendous progress… …

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  • 37progress — pro|gress1 [ pragrəs ] noun uncount *** 1. ) the process of developing or improving: I m worried about my son s lack of progress in English. progress of: Keep me informed of the progress of the project. progress toward: The party called for… …

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  • 38make way — verb get out of the way (Freq. 3) make way for the President s motorcade • Hypernyms: ↑move • Verb Frames: Somebody s * * * MOVE ASIDE, clear the way, make a space, make room, stand back. → make * * * …

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  • 39progress — ♦♦ progresses, progressing, progressed (The noun is pronounced [[t]pro͟ʊgres, AM prɑ͟ː [/t]]u>. The verb is pronounced [[t]prəgre̱s[/t]]u>.) 1) N UNCOUNT Progress is the process of gradually improving or getting nearer to achieving or… …

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  • 40progress — 1 noun 1 (U) the process of getting better at doing something, or getting closer to finishing or achieving something (+ of/on/towards): Nico had been candid with Stern about the progress of the investigation. | tests designed to monitor the… …

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