Spanish Sentences using avanzar  

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No he avanzado nada en matemáticas.
I haven't made any progress in math.
Cada estudiante avanza a su propio ritmo.
Each student progresses at his or her own pace.
Las tropas avanzaron poco durante la noche.
The troops advanced a short distance during the night.
El desarrollo de la tecnología avanza día a día.
The development of technology advances day by day.
Debemos avanzar.
We have to move forward.
Deben avanzar.
They have to come forward.
Por tanto, necesitamos avanzar, y avanzar rápidamente.
We therefore need to move forward and move forward quickly.
Es necesario avanzar más.
There needs to be more progress.
Por ahí no podemos avanzar.
That is no way to make progress.
Dígannos cómo piensan avanzar.
Tell us how you intend to move forward.
Aquí hay que avanzar.
There is room for progress here.
Recordar para avanzar mejor.
It is necessary to remember the past in order to do better in the future.
Eso no nos ayudará a avanzar.
This will not help us at all.
Hemos de avanzar.
We have to move forward.
Es necesario avanzar más.
We need to go further.
Es hora de avanzar.
It is time to move on.
Europa necesita avanzar.
Europe needs to move on.
Hemos de avanzar.
We have to move forward.
Tenemos que avanzar más.
We have to go beyond that.
¿Tenemos ganas de avanzar?
Have we the desire to move forward?
Así que debemos avanzar.
So we have to move forward.
Así que prefiero avanzar.
I prefer to go ahead.
Tenemos que avanzar.
We need to take that forward.
Me gustaría avanzar dos ideas.
I would like to put forward two ideas.
Tenemos que avanzar.
We need to move forward.
¿Habríamos deseado avanzar más?
Would we have wanted to go further?
No obstante, podemos avanzar.
However, we can make progress.
Quiso hacer avanzar a Europa.
It wanted to take Europe forwards.
Pero, ¿nos hace avanzar?
But does it move us forward?
Tenemos mucho que avanzar.
We have a very long way to go.
Podemos ayudarles a avanzar.
We have to help them to move forward.
Hay que avanzar más.
We have need to go further.
Entonces, ¿cómo podemos avanzar?
So how have we to move ahead?
Ser camino significa avanzar.
Choosing the road means moving forward.
Así no podemos avanzar.
No way to make progress.
Entonces podremos avanzar.
Then we shall be making progress!
Esto no nos ayudará a avanzar.
It will not lead to any progress.
Todos deseamos avanzar.
We all want to go forward.
Resulta muy urgente avanzar.
It is becoming a matter of urgency that we move ahead.
Así que ahora debemos avanzar, y debemos avanzar con rapidez.
So, now, we need to move forward, and we need to move forward quickly.
¿Cómo avanzar concreta y rigurosamente?
What practical and specific steps can we take?
Propugno esa forma de avanzar.
I would advocate that way forward.
La criminalización no nos ayudará a avanzar.
Criminalisation will not get us anywhere.
Y eso ha permitido avanzar.
It enabled us to make progress.
Las partes tienen que avanzar.
The parties must move forward.
Sin embargo, necesitamos avanzar más.
We need to go further, however.
Comencemos a avanzar hacia ese objetivo.
Let us embark on the path towards this goal.
Esto no contribuirá a hacer avanzar a Europa.
This will not help Europe to move forward.
Sinceramente, eso no nos hizo avanzar.
Quite frankly, that was not leading us forward.
Démonos la oportunidad de avanzar.
Let us give ourselves the chance to make progress.
Pero ambos legisladores deberán avanzar.
Both legislators will nevertheless have to make progress.
Solo así se puede avanzar.
Only then can we make progress.
Lo aceptamos y podemos avanzar.
We accept that and we can move forward.
Considero, pues, que debemos avanzar.
I therefore believe that we have to go ahead with this.

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