Ahead Definition

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1. 'May I start now?' 'Yes, go ahead.' 1
2. " Can I have the sports section? " " Yeah, go ahead. I've read it. " 1
3. "A lot of the euro zone moves we have had, you would hardly be saying they were ahead of the game," said Marc Ostwald, fixed income strategist at Monument Securities. 1
4. "Botox" the popular anti- wrinkle treatment, can also ease writer's cramp, suggests a small study published ahead of print in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. 1
5. "Go ahead and give him a kick when you want him to go.") and pointed out the sights: a caboose previously used as a fishing camp; old homestead cabins from the early 1900s, little streams. 1
6. "India needs to be more aggressive in pushing ahead hydro projects (on the Brahmaputra, told the Guardian during a recent visit to Beijing. 1
7. "India needs to be more aggressive in pushing ahead hydro projects (on the Brahmaputra), " Jairam Ramesh, the Indian environment minister, told the Guardian during a recent visit to Beijing. 1
8. "Nowadays more people are willing to discuss death, make their wills and plan their funerals ahead, " said Yang Kuo-chu, a professor at the Department of Life-and-Death Studies at Nanhua University. 1
9. "So even as we are clear-eyed about the challenges ahead, so, too, do we see the foundation for progress," Obama said earlier in the afternoon September 1 at the White House. 1
10. "The market is charging ahead and LEED is the powerful driving force, " said USGBC president Richard Fedrizzi. 1
11. "The uptake of Android in China was phenomenal; they were way ahead of everyone else, and the whole rest of the field has followed, " Swift says. 1
12. "There are still serious doubts if philanthropic donations could be put to good use, as intended," an invitee told me two days ahead of the dinner date. 1
13. "There's clearly a risk appetite bias, but ... I think ahead of tomorrow's (nonfarm payrolls) numbers, it's unlikely to become a strong trend," he added. 1
14. "Things are moving ahead."— I found that statement vague and unclear. 1
15. "We are moving ahead as fast as possible," Gerald Wolfe, president of Chinalco in Peru, said at the Perumin mining convention in Arequipa. 1
16. 1After this the Lord appointed seventy-two others and sent them two by two ahead of him to every town and place where he was about to go. 1
17. A 0 signifies harmless fun; a 5 means gore, smut, rough language or adult themes lurk ahead. 1
18. A beater was sent ahead to scare out the partridge. 1
19. A black cab drew in to the pavement a few yards ahead of them. 1
20. A block of ebony was climbing above the horizon, eclipsing the stars ahead. 1
21. A broker buy recommendation helped conglomerate Williams Holdings inch ahead a penny to 326p. 1
22. A car nipped in ahead of me. 1
23. A case of genuine cheating occurred during a tournament in Zagreb, which Fischer was dominating ahead of Smyslov, Petrosian and Korchnoi. 1
24. A check valve may be required ahead of the backflow preventer. 1
25. A Conservative government would press ahead with plans for a fourth Trident submarine and a helicopter carrier. 1
26. A couple of centaurs burst out of the bushes ahead of them and cantered away down the path. 1
27. A courtier then went ahead of the others to report to the king. 1
28. A dark shape loomed up ahead of us. 1
29. A daunting task lay ahead, as the spoil heaps covered an area of about 300 square yards. 1
30. A developer could go ahead without applying for planning permission, or could even ignore a refusal of permission. 1




  - further forward in space; in the line of one's forward motion.


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