adv.领先, 预先, 在前, 向前, 提前
By doing extra homework, he soon got ahead of his class-mates.
The man on the watch cried out: "Dangers ahead!"
Joan ran ahead to film us as we crossed the bridge.
China is striding ahead in her economic construction.
He will be ahead of others in English.
He ran on ahead.
having the leading position or higher score in a contest
toward the future; forward in time
ahead of time; in anticipation
to a more advanced or advantageous position
to a different or a more advanced time (meaning advanced either toward the present or toward the future)
leading or ahead in a competition
1. 在前; 向前
The hills ahead are not wooded.
2. 预先, 事前
You'd better plan ahead.
3. 领先, 占先
Two people were ahead of us, and travelling fast.
4. 多赚, 赢得
forward or forwards
ad.在前; 向前; 领先