Commentary: Syntax Includes: NP1[topic] PROGRESS[incompletive] PP NP1[topic] PROGRESS[incompletive] ADVP NP1[topic] PROGRESS[motion] PP[locative] NP1[topic] PROGRESS[motion] ADVP
NOTE: compare carefully to sense 2; sense 1 does not imply attaining a goal, or stepping up to a specific, defined level; sense 1 does not require an agentive subject, but sense 2 does require an agentive subject
John has progressed tremendously this past year with his violin.
These nations have not progressed economically in decades.
Management should address this issue before it progresses further.
Time progressed as an endless parade of cold gray days.
The old steam engine progressed slowly up the twisting tracks.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2, 3
Commentary: IS: PROGRESS TO Syntax Is: NP1[agent] PROGRESS TO NP2[goal]
John has progressed to an advanced level within this year of violin playing.
You have to kill both green and blue monsters to progress to the next level.
They are worried their child will not progress to second grade next year.
Our team is progressing to the finals.
The enemy has progressed to the outskirts of the city!
The embryo had progressed only to a clump of eight identical cells.
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