keep ahead

keep ahead

v. (D; intr.) ('to remain in front') to keep ahead of (he kept ahead of his rivals)

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(D; intr.) ('to remain in front') to keep ahead of (he kept ahead of his rivals)

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  • keep ahead — get/keep/stay/ahead (of the game) phrase to react quickly so that you gain keep an advantage Our industries have to keep ahead of the game in Europe. Thesaurus: to have, or to take advantage of, an opportunitysynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep ahead of the game — get/keep/stay/ahead (of the game) phrase to react quickly so that you gain keep an advantage Our industries have to keep ahead of the game in Europe. Thesaurus: to have, or to take advantage of, an opportunitysynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • ahead of the game — {adv. or adj. phr.}, {informal} 1. In a position of advantage; winning (as in a game or contest); ahead (as by making money or profit); making it easier to win or succeed. * /The time you spend studying when you are in school will put you ahead… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • ahead of the game — {adv. or adj. phr.}, {informal} 1. In a position of advantage; winning (as in a game or contest); ahead (as by making money or profit); making it easier to win or succeed. * /The time you spend studying when you are in school will put you ahead… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • ahead — a|head [ ə hed ] function word *** Ahead is used in the following ways: as an adverb: I could see the end of the tunnel ahead. in the preposition phrase ahead of: We have some difficult problems ahead of us. 1. ) in front of you a ) used for… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • ahead */*/*/ — UK [əˈhed] / US adverb Summary: Ahead is used in the following ways: as an adverb: I could see the end of the tunnel ahead. in the preposition phrase ahead of: We have some difficult problems ahead of us. 1) in front of someone a) used for saying …   English dictionary

  • ahead — adverb 1 IN FRONT OF in front of someone or something by a short distance: He kept his gaze fixed on the car ahead. (+ of): Tim pointed to a tree ahead of them. | up ahead: We could see the lights of Las Vegas up ahead.27. 2 FORWARD if someone or …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • keep — I (continue) verb be constant, be steadfast, carry forward, carry on, endure, extend, forge ahead, go on, keep going, last, lengthen, live on, maintain, move ahead, never cease, perpetuate, perseverare, persevere, persist, press onward, progress …   Law dictionary

  • ahead — a‧head [əˈhed] adverb if the value of something is ahead of a previous level, it has increased: • The shares were ahead more than 11% at one stage, and closed 85 up at 944p. * * * ahead UK US /əˈhed/ adverb ► at a better, higher, or greater level …   Financial and business terms

  • Keep Your Eyes Ahead — Infobox Album Name = Keep Your Eyes Ahead Type = Studio Artist = The Helio Sequence Released = January 29, 2008 Recorded = Genre = Indie rock Length = 37:02 Label = Sub Pop Producer = Reviews = * [http://consequenceofsound.com/ Consequence of… …   Wikipedia

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