AHEAD

In a forward direction

ahead

[adv] - toward the future 2. [adv] - to a more advanced or advantageous position 3. [adv] - to a different or a more advanced time (meaning advanced either toward the present or toward the future) 4. [adv] - leading or ahead in a competition 5. [adv] - in a forward direction 6. [adv] - ahead of time 7. [adv] - at or i...
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AHEAD

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Ahead

A·head' adverb [ Prefix a- + head .] 1. In or to the front; in advance; onward. « The island bore but a little ahead of us. Fielding. » 2. Headlong; without restraint. [ Obsolete] L'Estrange. To go ahead . (a) T...
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ahead

in front adverb at or in the front; `I see the lights of a town ahead`; `the road ahead is foggy`; `staring straight ahead`; `we couldn`t see over the heads of the people in front`; `with the cross of Jesus marching on before`
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ahead

beforehand adverb ahead of time; in anticipation; `when you pay ahead (or in advance) you receive a discount`; `We like to plan ahead`; `should have made reservations beforehand`
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ahead

forward 1 forwards adverb in a forward direction; `go ahead`; `the train moved ahead slowly`; `the boat lurched ahead`; `moved onward into the forest`; `they went slowly forward in the mud`
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ahead

in the lead adverb leading or ahead in a competition; `the horse was three lengths ahead going into the home stretch`; `ahead by two pawns`; `our candidate is in the lead in the polls`; `way out front in the race`; `the advertising campaign put them ...
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Ahead

• (adv.) In or to the front; in advance; onward. • (adv.) Headlong; without restraint.
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Ahead

In a forward direction.
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ahead

In front of or moving forward.
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Ahead

In front of the vessel, forward; opposite of astern.
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Ahead

Forward of the bow.
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Ahead

To be ahead is a unit of language. Ahead or AHEAD may also refer to: ==Computer software== ...
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Ahead

Forward of the bow.
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AHEAD

In a forward direction.
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AHEAD

In a forward direction.
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