Synonyms of further in English:

further

(also farther)

See US English definition of further

See UK English definition of further

See Spanish definition of además

adverb

1‘Orkney is further from the mainland than the Western Isles’

SYNONYMS
at a greater distance, more distant, farther
ANTONYMS

closer

2‘nothing could be further from the truth’

SYNONYMS
more unlike, less like
farther
ANTONYMS

closer

3‘this theme will be developed further in Chapter 6’

SYNONYMS
additionally, more, to a greater extent

4‘further, firms' employment practices may be discriminatory when they appear not to be’

SYNONYMS
furthermore, moreover, what's more, also, additionally, in addition, besides, as well, too, to boot, on top of that, over and above that, into the bargain, by the same token
archaic withal, forbye

adjective

1‘the further side of the field’

SYNONYMS
more distant, more remote, remoter, more advanced, more extreme, further away, further off, farther
far, other, opposite
ANTONYMS

nearer, near

2‘the further reaches of the valley’

SYNONYMS
remote, distant, far away, far off, far removed
ANTONYMS

near

3‘for further information please contact the Visitors' Office’

SYNONYMS
additional, more, extra, supplementary, supplemental, other
new, fresh

verb

1‘he decided to further his career in politics’

SYNONYMS
promote, advance, forward, develop, stimulate
facilitate, aid, assist, help, help along, lend a hand to, abet
expedite, hasten, speed up, accelerate, step up, spur on, oil the wheels of, push, give a push to, boost, encourage, cultivate, nurture, succour
back, contribute to, foster, champion
ANTONYMS

impede