ahead definition

  • adverb:
    • At or to the front or mind.
    • In advance; before: Pay ahead, and you'll receive a price reduction.
    • In or in to the future; money for hard times: prepared forward.
    • In an advanced place or a configuration registering the long run: Set the clock forward.
    • At or even yet another time; earlier or later on: relocated the visit forward, from Tuesday to Monday.
    • In a forward path; forward: The train relocated forward slowly.
    • In the prescribed way or series for regular use: you'll not hear such a thing if you don't roll the tape forward.
    • In or into a far more advantageous position: desired to get ahead in life.
    • In or even to the front; beforehand; onward.
    • Having progressed much more.
    • inside direction you're dealing with or moving.
    • as time goes by, preceding
    • In or to leading; in advance; onward.
    • Headlong; without discipline.
    • at or in leading
    • toward the near future; forward eventually
    • leading or ahead in a competition
    • to an even more advanced level or beneficial position
    • in a forward way
    • in advance; in anticipation
    • to a new or a more advanced level time (definition higher level either toward the present or toward tomorrow)
  • idiom:
    • be ahead to-be winning or perhaps in a superior position: home group was ahead in second duration. Your organization is ahead in establishing the brand new technology.
  • others:
    • In or even to leading; beforehand; before: as, they stepped before people how: in nautical language, opposed to astern: because, to lie forward.
    • ahead; onward; with unrestrained movement or action: as, proceed (= go on; proceed; push ahead or forward; perform your task or purpose: an idiomatic term thought to have originated from america, and quite often changed into an adjective: because, a go-ahead person); he pushed forward together with programs.
    • To move forward, as in arriving at anchor after the sails are furled.
  • adjective:
    • getting the leading position or higher rating in a contest

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