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be ahead of the pack

to be more successful than other people who are trying to achieve the same things as you: At this stage in the campaign, the Democratic candidate is way ahead of the pack.
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Translations of “be ahead of the pack”
in Chinese (Simplified) 成功领先, 出类拔萃…
in Chinese (Traditional) 成功領先, 出類拔萃…
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