further

  • 1 further to — Following on from • • • Main Entry: ↑further * * * further to british formal phrase used especially in letters to show that you are referring to a previous letter or conversation Further to our recent telephone conversation, I am writing to… …

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  • 3 further — used as comparative of FAR(Cf. ↑far). ► ADVERB (also farther) 1) at, to, or by a greater distance. 2) over a greater expanse of space or time. 3) beyond the point already reached. 4) at or to a more advanced or desirable stage. 5) in additio …

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  • 4 Further — Fur ther, a. compar. [Positive wanting; superl. {Furthest}.] 1. More remote; at a greater distance; more in advance; farther; as, the further end of the field. See {Farther}. [1913 Webster] 2. Beyond; additional; as, a further reason for this… …

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  • 5 further — I adverb additionally, besides, beyond, else, extra, furthermore, in addition, plus associated concepts: further conveyance, further notice, further proceeding, further security, further waste, furtherance II verb advance, contribute to,… …

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  • 6 Further — Fur ther, adv. [A comparative of forth; OE. further, forther, AS. fur?or, far?ur; akin to G. f[ u]rder. See {Forth}, adv.] To a greater distance; in addition; moreover. See {Farther}. [1913 Webster] Carries us, I know not how much further, into… …

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  • 7 further to — ˈfurther to adverb used in letters to mention a previous letter, conversation etc about the same matter: • Further to your letter of February 5th, we can confirm your order. * * * further to UK US adverb FORMAL ► COMMUNICATIONS used in business… …

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  • 8 Further — Fur ther , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Furthered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Furthering}.] [OE. furthren, forthren, AS. fyr[eth]ran, fyr[eth]rian. See {Further}, adv.] To help forward; to promote; to advance; to forward; to help or assist. [1913 Webster] This… …

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  • 9 Further — may relate to: *Further (band), a 1990s United States indie rock band *Further (album), an album by the band Solace *Further (Geneva album), the debut album by Scottish indie band Geneva …

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  • 10 Further — álbum de The Chemical Brothers Publicación 11 de junio de 2010 Género(s) House, Electro, Big Beat Duración 51:58 …

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  • 11 Further — Album par The Chemical Brothers Sortie 14 juin 2010 21 juin 2010 …

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  • 12 further — [adj] additional added, another, else, extra, farther, fresh, in addition, more, new, other, supplementary; concept 771 further [adv] additionally again, also, as well as, besides, beyond, distant, farther, in addition, moreover, on top of*, over …

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  • 13 further — adv & adj *farther further vb forward, *advance, promote Analogous words: *help, aid, assist: back, champion, *support, uphold: propagate, * …

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  • 14 further to — ► further to formal following on from (used especially at the beginning of a letter). Main Entry: ↑further …

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  • 15 further — [fʉr′thər] adj. [ME < OE furthor (akin to Ger vorder) < base of fore, FORE + compar. suffix < IE * tero (as in AFTER, OTHER)] 1. alt. compar. of FAR 2. additional; more 3. more distant or remo …

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  • 16 further — fur|ther1 [ fɜrðər ] function word *** Further can be used in the following ways: as an adverb: She walked further up the hill. after the verb to be : From our house to downtown is only six miles, but it s further if you follow the river. as an… …

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  • 17 further — fur|ther1 W1S1 [ˈfə:ðə US ˈfə:rðər] adv ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(more)¦ 2 take something further 3¦(distance)¦ 4¦(time)¦ 5¦(in addition)¦ 6 further to something 7 nothing could be further from the truth 8 nothing could be/is further from somebody s… …

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  • 18 further — I UK [ˈfɜː(r)ðə(r)] / US [ˈfɜrðər] adjective, adverb *** Summary: Further can be used in the following ways: as an adverb: She walked further up the hill. after the verb to be : From our house to the city centre is only six miles, but it s… …

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  • 19 further — [[t]fɜ͟ː(r)ðə(r)[/t]] ♦ furthers, furthering, furthered (Further is a comparative form of far. It is also a verb.) 1) ADV COMPAR: ADV with v Further means to a greater extent or degree. Inflation is below 5% and set to fall further... The… …

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  • 20 further — 1 adverb 1 MORE if you do something further you do it more, or to a greater degree: I will develop this point further next week. | Things were further complicated by the fact that she did not speak Spanish. (+ into/away etc): Marcus sank further… …

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