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(1.00) (Act 3:20)

tn Or “designated in advance.”

(0.75) (2Ti 3:13)

tn Grk “will advance to the worse.”

(0.62) (Luk 1:18)

tn Grk “is advanced in days” (an idiom for old age).

(0.62) (Act 26:16)

tn L&N 30.89 has “‘to choose in advance, to select beforehand, to designate in advance.’”

(0.50) (Phi 1:12)

tn Grk “for the advance of the gospel.” The genitive εὐαγγελίου (euangeliou) is taken as objective.

(0.50) (Luk 1:7)

tn Grk “were both advanced in days” (an idiom for old age).

(0.50) (Joe 1:2)

sn Elders here refers not necessarily to men advanced in years but to leaders within the community.

(0.50) (1Ki 1:1)

tn Heb “was old, coming into the days” (i.e., advancing in years).

(0.44) (Act 22:14)

tn L&N 30.89 has “‘to choose in advance, to select beforehand, to designate in advance’…‘the God of our ancestors has already chosen you to know his will’ Ac 22:14.”

(0.44) (Jos 23:1)

tn Heb “was old, coming into the days.” This expression, referring to advancing in years, also occurs in the following verse.

(0.44) (Jos 13:1)

tn Heb “was old, coming into the days.” This expression, referring to advancing in years, also occurs in the following clause.

(0.38) (Gal 1:14)

tn Grk “was advancing beyond…nation, being.” The participle ὑπάρχων (huparchōn) was translated as a finite verb due to requirements of contemporary English style.

(0.38) (Luk 22:32)

sn Strengthen your brothers refers to Peter helping to strengthen their faith. Jesus quite graciously restores Peter “in advance,” even with the knowledge of his approaching denials.

(0.38) (Mic 5:5)

sn The numbers seven and eight here symbolize completeness and emphasize that Israel will have more than enough military leadership and strength to withstand the Assyrian advance.

(0.38) (Pro 22:29)

sn The fifth saying affirms that true skill earns recognition and advancement (cf. Instruction of Amenemope, chap. 30, 27:16-17 [ANET 424]).

(0.38) (Pro 9:6)

tn The verb means “go straight, go on, advance” or “go straight on in the way of understanding” (BDB 80 s.v. אָשַׁר).

(0.35) (Pro 6:31)

tn Heb “is found out.” The perfect tense with the vav (ו) consecutive may continue or advance from a previous verb’s framework. Here it advances from “steals” in 6:30 and serves as the condition for the following imperfect verb.

(0.35) (Job 21:7)

tn The verb עָתַק (ʿataq) means “to move; to proceed; to advance.” Here it is “to advance in years” or “to grow old.” This clause could serve as an independent clause, a separate sentence, but it more likely continues the question of the first colon and is parallel to the verb “live.”

(0.35) (Nah 2:5)

tn Or “in their trenches”; or “in their columns”; Heb “in their advance”; or “in their march.” The noun הֲלִיכָה (halikhah, “procession, journey”) is nuanced “march; advance” in a military context (BDB 237 s.v. 1.a; HALOT 246 s.v. 1.a). Similarly, the related verb הָלַךְ (halakh) means “to march, to advance” in battle contexts (Judg 1:10; Hab 1:6). This is related to the Assyrian noun alaktu (“to advance”) which is often used of military advances (CAD 1.1.299). The related Assyrian noun aliktu means “detachment of soldiers” (CAD 1.1.346). HALOT suggests that הֲלִיכָה is related to an Assyrian noun which is a technical military term: “trenches, columns” (HALOT 246 s.v. *הֲלִיכָה). This line could be rendered, “They stumble in their trenches” or “They stumble in their columns.”

(0.31) (Job 14:2)

tn The verb is “and he does not stand.” Here the verb means “to stay fixed; to abide.” The shadow does not stay fixed, but continues to advance toward darkness.



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