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English definition of “pull ahead”

pull ahead

phrasal verb with pull
 
 
/pʊl/ verb [T]
to start to do well or to do better than someone else: It was slow at first, but we're starting to pull ahead.pull ahead of sb/sth After a disappointing year, the company is finally pulling ahead of the competion once more.
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