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Thesaurus / make progress
FEEDBACK
  • as inpush off/push on
  • as inpush off
  • as inact

synonyms for make progress

  • beat it
  • continue
  • depart
  • exit
  • fare
  • get away
  • get lost
  • go
  • go away
  • hie
  • hit the road
  • journey
  • keep going
  • launch
  • light out
  • make oneself scarce
  • pass
  • proceed
  • process
  • pull out
  • quit
  • repair
  • shove off
  • start
  • take off
  • travel
  • wend
  • withdraw
  • respond
  • do
  • execute
  • develop
  • pursue
  • create
  • move
  • serve
  • begin
  • undertake
  • function
  • operate
  • carry out
  • enforce
  • persevere
  • maneuver
  • intrude
  • accomplish
  • perk
  • practice
  • labor
  • perpetrate
  • preside
  • consummate
  • percolate
  • persist
  • cook
  • officiate
  • achieve
  • carry on
  • go about
  • knock off
  • take up
  • work out
  • do a number
  • get in there
  • go for broke
  • go for it
  • go in for
  • go that route
  • go to town
  • take effect
  • take part
  • take steps
  • transort
  • do one's thing
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antonyms for make progress

MOST RELEVANT
  • arrive
  • come
    • halt
    • follow
    • leave alone
    • quit
    • give up
    • stop
    • end
    • leave
    • forget
    • abandon
    • neglect
    • miss
    • idle
    • fail
    • refrain
    • hesitate
    • abstain
    • cease
    • forego
    • discontinue
    • ignore
    • disregard
    • destroy
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