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Translation of "ahead" - English-Spanish dictionary

ahead

adverb   /əˈhed/
B1 in front (por) delante She walked ahead of us.
B1 in the future por delante He has a difficult time ahead of him.
with more points than someone else in a competition por delante Barcelona were ahead after ten minutes. The Giants were ahead in the first half of the game.
go ahead informal
said to allow someone to do something adelante ‘Can I use your phone?’ ‘Sure, go ahead.’
(Definition of ahead from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ahead

adverb /əˈhed/
(often with of) in front; in advance delante He went on ahead of me We are well ahead (of our rivals).
before someone or something in time Anticiparse He’s training ahead of Saturday’s race.
(Definition of ahead from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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