Definitions for further
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word further.
more distant in especially degree
"nothing could be further from the truth"; "further from our expectations"; "farther from the truth"; "farther from our expectations"
promote the growth of
"Foster our children's well-being and education"
promote, advance, boost, further, encourageadverb
contribute to the progress or growth of
"I am promoting the use of computers in the classroom"
to or at a greater extent or degree or a more advanced stage (`further' is used more often than `farther' in this abstract sense)
"further complicated by uncertainty about the future"; "let's not discuss it further"; "nothing could be further from the truth"; "they are further along in their research than we expected"; "the application of the law was extended farther"; "he is going no farther in his studies"
in addition or furthermore
"if we further suppose"; "stated further that he would not cooperate with them"; "they are definitely coming; further, they should be here already"
to or at a greater distance in time or space (`farther' is used more frequently than `further' in this physical sense)
"farther north"; "moved farther away"; "farther down the corridor"; "the practice may go back still farther to the Druids"; "went only three miles further"; "further in the future"
To encourage growth.
Further the economy.
To support progress or growth of something.
Also; in addition to.
A greater distance in space or time; farther.
Washington DC is further from Europe than New York.
Moreover; beyond what is already stated.
Further, affiant sayeth naught. (A formal statement ending a deposition or affidavit, immediately preceding the affiant's signature.)
; of or pertaining to being distant, or of greater distance in degree or of extension in time.
Etymology: From furþor, from furþera, from per- (a common preposition).
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Forther is used by Sir Thomas More.
Etymology: from forth, not from far, as is commonly imagined; forth, further, furthest, corrupted from forther, forthest, forðer , Saxon.
What further need have we of witnesses. Mat. xxvi. 65.
To a greater distance.
Etymology: from forth.
And the angel of the Lord went further, and stood in a narrow place. Numb. xxii. 2.
To put onward; to forward; to promote; to countenance; to assist; to help.
Etymology: from the adverb; forðrian, Saxon.
Things thus set in order, in quiet and rest,
Shall further thy harvest, and pleasure thee best. Thomas Tusser, Husb.
Could their fond superstition have furthered so great attempts, without the mixture of a true persuasion concerning the irresistible force of divine power. Richard Hooker, b. v. s. 1.
Grant not, O Lord, the desires of the wicked; further not his wicked device. Ps. cxl. 8.
This binds thee then to further my design,
As I am bound by vow to further thine. Dryden.
to a greater distance; in addition; moreover. See Farther
more remote; at a greater distance; more in advance; farther; as, the further end of the field. See Farther
beyond; additional; as, a further reason for this opinion; nothing further to suggest
to help forward; to promote; to advance; to forward; to help or assist
Etymology: [OE. furthren, forthren, AS. fyrran, fyrrian. See Further, adv.]
Further is the first full-length album from New Jersey heavy metal band Solace. This album's cover art was done by Heavy metal art veteran Wes Benscoter and is entitled "Midnight Mass 2". Recorded by Eric Rachel at Trax East Studios, Further was quickly hailed as an important addition to the independent Doom and Stoner Metal movements. Though comparisons were made to such genre bands as Goatsnake, The Obsessed and Cathedral, Further was considered by some darker than most works of the Stoner style, and was even compared to the likes of Black Sabbath, Tool, Soundgarden and Alice in Chains. Originally released in 2000, the US version featured 8 tracks, while the European version contained an additional 2 cover songs. A revamped version featuring these two additional songs was re-released in America in 2005.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
fur′thėr, adv. to a greater distance or degree: in addition.—adj. more distant: additional.—adv. Fur′thermore, in addition to what has been said, moreover, besides.—adjs. Fur′thermost, most remote; Fur′thersome, tending to further or promote.—adv. Fur′thest, at the greatest distance.—adj. most distant.—Wish one further, to wish one somewhere else than here and now. [A.S. furðor, a comp. of fore, with comp. suff.]
fur′thėr, v.t. to help forward, promote.—ns. Fur′therance, a helping forward; Fur′therer, a promoter, advancer.—adj. Fur′thersome, helpful. [A.S. fyrðran.]
To promote the progress of.
We promote easily and intelligently the UN Sustainable Development Goals for the optimum health and shared prosperity for everyone on planet earth.
Submitted by MaryC on April 1, 2020
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Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'further' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #675
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'further' in Written Corpus Frequency: #825
Rank popularity for the word 'further' in Adverbs Frequency: #80
The numerical value of further in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of further in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
We know that there are plans in place to increase that force even more on very short notice, and that gives President Putin the capacity also on very short notice to take further aggressive action against Ukraine and that, of course, has gotten not only our attention, but it's gotten the attention of virtually all of our allies and partners and not just in Europe, even beyond.
Any vendor monetarily benefiting from vile language in opposition to law enforcement is appalling. Woke culture is proving to be a cash cow that further divides our nation, i am for rule of law and for backing the brave men and women in blue.
Our service revenue growth came under further pressure - Spain remains a challenging market, South Africa experienced headwinds - plus clearly the German auction has risen to higher levels than expectation on top of extensive coverage obligations, which require capex.
We expect economic data to further support this momentum.
With Trump's unpredictable behavior leaving investors on edge, the Japanese yen has scope to appreciate further in the short term.
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Translations for further
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- zusätzlich, ferner, des Weiteren, weiter, fördernGerman
- lejos, desenvolver, adicionalmente, desarrollarSpanish
- edelleen, sen lisäksi, kauemmaksi, kauempaa, kauempana, lisäksi, kauemmas, edistää, kauempiFinnish
- lebih jauhIndonesian
- содействовать, дальнейший, далёкий, дальше, способствовать, кроме того, далее, дальний, продвигатьRussian
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