Further forward in space; in the line of one's forward motion,
Further forward in space; in the line of one's forward motion
he had to give his attention to the road ahead
he was striding ahead toward the stream
Further forward in time; in advance; in the near future
he contemplated the day ahead
we have to plan ahead
Onward so as to make progress
In the lead
the Bucks were ahead by four
he was slightly ahead on points
Higher in number, amount, or value than previously
profits were slightly ahead
ahead(p): having the leading position or higher score in a contest; "he is ahead by a pawn"; "the leading team in the pennant race"
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"
toward the future; forward in time; "I like to look ahead in imagination to what the future may bring"; "I look forward to seeing you"
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"
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"
to a more advanced or advantageous position; "a young man sure to get ahead"; "pushing talented students ahead"
to a different or a more advanced time (meaning advanced either toward the present or toward the future); "moved the appointment ahead from Tuesday to Monday"; "pushed the deadline ahead from Tuesday to Wednesday"
In or to the front; in advance; onward; Having progressed more; In the direction one is facing or moving
Forward-as in the nautical phrase "Full speed ahead."
In the direction of the vessel's head. Wind ahead is from the direction toward which the vessel's head points.
An A-head is the kind of head (like T) which allows as its specifier an argument expression but not an adjunct expression. An A-bar head is the kind of head (like C) which allows as its specifier either an argument or an adjunct expression.
A 6-month, randomised, double-blind, parallel group asthma clinical trial by Bousquet and colleagues that compared the efficacy and safety of Symbicort SMART® with the highest approved maintenance dose of salmeterol/fluticasone (Seretide™) plus a short-acting β2-agonist.
A point during play where the player is winning, i.e., the value of his wins exceeds his losses.
In front of the vessel, forward; opposite of astern.
To win Regarding your position at the table; ex. You are ahead of the dealer.
Winning. Usually at a point, as in ‘Ahead after the flop’.
Winning phase during any session of play.
Ahead refers to a direction directly in front of a vessel.
Over the bow or directly in front of the boat
A variation on the simple ‘by the game’ method of gambling, where instead of paying after each game, and instead of a ‘race’ to a given number of wins, the players compete until one player has gone ‘ahead’ by a certain margin of games, such as five ‘ahead’, at which point the losing player would ...