any farther

any farther
дальше; дальнейший

he moved farther away — он отодвинулся подальше


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  • Any — A ny, adv. To any extent; in any degree; at all. [1913 Webster] You are not to go loose any longer. Shak. [1913 Webster] Before you go any farther. Steele. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • farther — 1 adverb 1 a greater distance than before or than something else; further: We d better not go any farther today. | farther away/apart etc: The boats were drifting farther and farther apart. | He heard a voice farther down the track. | farther… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • farther — far|ther1 [ˈfa:ðə US ˈfa:rðər ] adv 1.) a greater distance than before or than something else; a ↑comparative form of far = ↑further ▪ We decided not to go any farther. farther away/apart/down/along etc ▪ The boats were drifting farther and… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • farther — far|ther1 [ farðər ] adverb * 1. ) in or to a place that is more distant: The children were too tired to walk any farther. I live farther up the road. I wanted to talk to them, but I didn t get farther than the front door. farther… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • farther — I UK [ˈfɑː(r)ðə(r)] / US [ˈfɑrðər] adverb 1) in or to a place that is more distant The children were too tired to walk any farther. I live farther up the road. I wanted to talk to them, but I didn t get farther than the front door. farther… …   English dictionary

  • farther — I. adverb Etymology: Middle English ferther, alteration of further Date: 14th century 1. at or to a greater distance or more advanced point < got no farther than the first page > < nothing could be farther from the truth > 2. to a greater degree… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • farther — [ˈfɑːðə] adj, adv in or to a place that is more distant I live farther up the road.[/ex] The children were too tired to walk any farther.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • farther — farther, further 1. general. Further is the older form, being recorded in Old English and probably related to our word forth, while farther is a Middle English variant of further; from this stage the two words came to be used as the comparative… …   Modern English usage

  • farther — farther, further are often used without distinction though originally different words, farther being the comparative of far and further, in its adverbial form (as an adjective, it is without a positive), being the comparative of fore or forth. At …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • farther - further — Farther and further are both comparative forms of far . Farthest and furthest are the superlative forms. When you are talking about distance, you can use any of these forms. Birds were able to find food by flying farther and farther …   Useful english dictionary

  • farther — far•ther [[t]ˈfɑr ðər[/t]] adv. compar. of far with farthest as superl. 1) at or to a greater distance: to run farther down the road[/ex] 2) at or to a more advanced point: to go no farther in one s graduate studies[/ex] 3) at or to a greater… …   From formal English to slang


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