advance

/əd'vɑ:ns/ noun
1. money paid as a loan or as a part of a payment to be made later
to receive an advance from the bank
to make an advance of £100 to someone
to pay someone an advance against a security
She asked if she could have a cash advance.
We paid her an advance on account.
Can I have an advance of £100 against next month’s salary?
2. an increase
an advance in trade with Eastern European countries
an advance in prices
3.
in advance early, before something happens
freight payable in advance
prices fixed in advance
adjective
early
advance booking
advance payment
Advance holiday bookings are up on last year.
You must give seven days’ advance notice of withdrawals from the account.
verb
1. to lend
The bank advanced him £100,000 against the security of his house.
2. to increase
Prices generally advanced on the stock market.
3. to make something happen earlier
The date of the AGM has been advanced to May 10th.
The meeting with the German distributors has been advanced from 11.00 to 09.30.

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