Expressions - Collocations of the word " ahead "
|a little way ahead||1) The village is a little way ahead .|
2) I was a little way ahead before they moved off.
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|a long way ahead||1) The shares are still looking a long way ahead .|
2) But this is looking a long way ahead .
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|ahead||1) The twelve month ahead forecasts gave similar results.|
2) Portugal still has many tough years ahead .
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|ahead by||1) Groups form spontaneously or are arranged ahead by special appointment.|
2) Setting your watch ahead by 15 minutes.
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|ahead of||1) Our fence arrived yesterday ahead of schedule.|
2) In many ways literature has run ahead of history.
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|ahead of its time||1) This computer is five years ahead of its time !|
2) This car was ahead of its time .
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|ahead of schedule||1) Our fence arrived yesterday ahead of schedule .|
2) Its construction was completed four months ahead of schedule .
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|ahead of the curve||1) Some universities are ahead of the curve .|
2) My grandparents were very ahead of the curve .
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|ahead of the game||1) I am well ahead of the game .|
2) We need to keep ahead of the game .
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|ahead of the pack||1) That set RR 2 ahead of the pack .|
2) Why is Quebec suddenly ahead of the pack ?
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|ahead of time||1) It is very important seek information ahead of time .|
2) I was scheduled three years ahead of time .
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|ahead of your time||1) In retrospect, you were always ahead of your times .|
2) You're sort of ahead of your time .
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|days ahead||1) This is an unusual seven days ahead .|
2) It brought considerable cool protection for the summer days ahead .
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|dead ahead||1) Then traffic controllers supposedly warned that a suspect airliner was dead ahead .|
2) Or a third: Warning: Crash dead ahead .
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|finish ahead||1) He fell off twice but finished ahead of the racers.|
2) They again finished ahead of the Lakers in 1992-93.
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|forge ahead||1) We are duty bound to forge ahead .|
2) We are forging ahead to set examples .
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|get ahead||1) The secret of getting ahead is getting started.|
2) Another benefit is getting ahead of infrastructure .
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|get out ahead||1) get out ahead of your managers .|
2) He estimated that about twenty-five people had gotten out ahead of him.
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|get the go ahead||1) Eventually, a few days before the game, it got the go ahead .|
2) A report to Midlothian's planning committee recommends the proposal gets the go ahead .
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|go ahead||1) Tennis £4 million cup goes ahead .|
2) The camp went ahead amid considerable worldwide publicity.
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|jump ahead||1) The story then jumps ahead ten years.|
2) The story jumps ahead some ten years.
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|keep a jump ahead||1) Now our own Fred Hoyle is desperately trying to keep a jump ahead of his fellow scientists in the laboratory .|
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|keep ahead||1) That means we can keep ahead of demand.|
2) We need to keep ahead of the game .
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|lie ahead||1) What lay ahead was yet more work.|
2) Political and legal challenges almost certainly lie ahead .
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|light years ahead||1) He was light years ahead of everybody.|
2) They were just light years ahead of everyone else.
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|look ahead||1) Some players are more interested in looking ahead .|
2) looking ahead is far more constructive and productive.
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|months ahead||1) The seventh season jumps fourteen months ahead .|
2) Its construction was completed four months ahead of schedule.
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|move ahead||1) The vessel moves ahead during fishing operation.|
2) move ahead with bilateral free trade agreements.
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|plan ahead||1) The successful budget traveler always plans ahead .|
2) My best tip is to plan ahead .
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|plough ahead||1) But Bahamians continued to suffer from endemic typhoid while the government ploughed ahead with hotel construction.|
2) People like my husband and me need to regularly know where they stand in order to plough ahead at good speed.
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|press ahead||1) The result: a heavy majority for pressing ahead .|
2) Sullivan's column overpowered this position and pressed ahead .
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|pull ahead||1) The heavier ones lag behind while the lighter ones pull ahead .|
2) Around 1970 mean income pulled noticeably ahead of middle-class income.
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|push ahead||1) You need to push ahead with private plans.|
2) Keating has promised to push ahead with economic reform.
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|put ahead||1) Doesn't art thus put ahead an intelligent thought...?|
2) This generated criticism that Waugh's farewell series was being put ahead of team victory.
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|race ahead||1) Candy nodded slowly, her active mind already racing ahead .|
2) But that is to race ahead of our narrative.
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|road ahead||1) They spoke about the long road ahead .|
2) The road ahead requires preparation and challenges to current assumptions.
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|roar ahead||1) But he continued to roar ahead in the polls.|
2) Banks, builders, brewers, stores and leisure stocks roared ahead .
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|shoot ahead||1) To shoot ahead , especially when going in stays.|
2) You need to play competitive tennis one shot ahead ,' says Pancho.
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|some way ahead||1) The clinic was now in sight, some way ahead .|
2) A woman with a shotgun stepped out onto the path some way ahead .
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|stare ahead||1) She swung around and stared straight ahead .|
2) THE woman's green eyes stare blindly ahead .
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|stay a jump ahead||1) 'The object of life is to enjoy it; it's far too short to be doing something you are bored by' Competitor who stays a jump ahead|
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|stay ahead||1) Harvard has to keep moving forward to stay ahead .|
2) The leading yacht must tack back to stay ahead .
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|steam ahead||1) Medical Services are steaming ahead having had a great year.|
2) It is full steam ahead for Jonathan Green.
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|straight ahead||1) She swung around and stared straight ahead .|
2) Make sure the foot is pointing straight ahead .
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|streets ahead||1) The Scandinavian countries are already streets ahead in this area.|
2) streets ahead is based firmly on a grammatical syllabus.
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|surge ahead||1) And almost immediately , India surged ahead .|
2) If they surge ahead in the game...opportunity.
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|weeks ahead||1) Production was usually five weeks ahead of broadcast.|
2) There are significant discounts if you book weeks ahead .
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|years ahead||1) Portugal still has many tough years ahead .|
2) He was light years ahead of everybody.
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