Definition of 'vanguard'
Example sentences containing 'vanguard'
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The electronic money has been regarded as the vanguard for a movement that wants to do away entirely with national currencies. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Like its predecessors it was in the vanguard of a revolution rather than the revolution itself. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In the meantime his course design business is in the vanguard of change. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Wealthy individuals have been at the vanguard of the changes, according to our round table. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The lure was not only a new and enviable lifestyle, but involvement in the vanguard of a revolution. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She is being hailed as the vanguard in a generation of women chefs changing the face of French gastronomy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Trends of 'vanguard'
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Translations for 'vanguard'
British English: vanguard NOUN
in the vanguard of sth If someone is in the vanguard of something such as a revolution or an area of research, they are involved in the most advanced part of it.
Such thinking puts the company in the vanguard of a movement reshaping the computer industry.
Definition of vanguard from the Collins English Dictionary
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