US: /ˈfɝðɝ/
UK: /fˈɜːðɐ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

further /'fə:ðə/
  • tính từ, cấp so sánh của far
    • xa hơn nữa, bên kia
      • on the further side of the hill: ở phía bên kia của quả đồi
    • thêm nữa, hơn nữa
      • to need further help: cần thêm sự giúp đỡ
      • one or two further details: một hay hai chi tiết thêm nữa
      • till further notice: cho đến khi có yết thị mới
  • phó từ, cấp so sánh của far
    • xa hơn nữa
      • to go further: đi xa hơn nữa
      • it's not further than a kilometer from here: cách đây không đến một kilômét
    • thêm nữa, hơn nữa
    • to enquire further
      • điều tra thêm nữa
    • I don't know any further: tôi không biết gì thêm nữa
  • ngoại động từ
    • đẩy mạnh, xúc tiến; giúp cho
      • to further a movement: đẩy mạnh một phong trào

Advanced English dictionary

adverb, adjective, verb
+ adverb
1 (comparative of far) (especially BrE) at or to a greater distance
Synonym: FARTHER
We had walked further than I had realized. + Two miles further on we came to a small town. + The hospital is further down the road. + Can you stand a bit further away?
2 a longer way in the past or the future: Think further back into your childhood. + How will the company be doing ten years further on?
3 to a greater degree or extent: The police decided to investigate further. + My life is further complicated by having to work such long hours. + Nothing could be further from the truth.
4 (formal) in addition to what has just been said
Further, it is important to consider the cost of repairs. - FARTHER
Idioms: further along / down the road at some time in the future: There are certain to be more job losses further down the road.
go further
1 to say more about sth, or make a more extreme point about it: I would go even further and suggest that the entire government is corrupt.
2 to last longer; to serve more people: They watered down the soup to make it go further.
go no further
not go any further if you tell sb that a secret will go no further, you promise not to tell it to anyone else
take sth further to take more serious action about sth or speak to sb at a higher level about it: I am not satisfied with your explanation and intend to take the matter further.
more at AFIELD
+ adjective (comparative of far) more; ADDITIONAL: Cook for a further 2 minutes. + Have you any further questions? + For further details call this number. + We have decided to take no further action. + The museum is closed until further notice (= until we say that it is open again).
+ verb [VN] to help sth to develop or be successful: They hoped the new venture would further the cause of cultural cooperation in Europe. + She took the new job to further her career.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 more, additional, another, other, new, supplemental, supplementary, accessory, auxiliary, extra, spare, fresh:
Further investment by our group is out of the question.
2 farther, more distant or remote:
Some day, we may travel to the further reaches of the galaxy.
3 furthermore, besides, moreover, too, also, additionally, in addition, over and above, beyond, above, what is more, to boot, yet, then (again), again:
She told him he was rude and, further, ugly as well.
4 farther, at or to a greater distance or depth:
She has looked into the matter much further than I.
5 advance, promote, favour, push or urge onward(s) or forward(s), forward, foster, back, patronize, support, help, assist, aid:
What can I do to further your efforts?

Concise English dictionary

furthers|furthered|furthering'fɜrðə(r) /'fɜː-
+promote the growth of
+contribute to the progress or growth of
+more distant in especially degree
+to or at a greater extent or degree or a more advanced stage (`further' is used more often than `farther' in this abstract sense)
+in addition or furthermore
+to or at a greater distance in time or space (`farther' is used more frequently than `further' in this physical sense)

farther|furtherfɑr /fɑː
+a terrorist organization that seeks to overthrow the government dominated by Tutsi and to institute Hutu control again
+at a great distance in time or space or degree
+being of a considerable distance or length
+being the animal or vehicle on the right or being on the right side of an animal or vehicle
+beyond a norm in opinion or actions
+to a considerable degree; very much
+at or to or from a great distance in space
+at or to a certain point or degree
+remote in time
+to an advanced stage or point