- 向前面，在前面 further forward in space or time; in front
- 提前；预先 earlier; in advance; before a time or event
- 占优势；领先 winning; further advanced; in or into future
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;
"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"
leading or ahead in a competition;
"the horse was three lengths ahead going into the home stretch"
"ahead by two pawns"
"our candidate is in the lead in the polls"
"way out front in the race"
"the advertising campaign put them out front in sales"
- By doing extra homework, he soon got ahead of his class-mates.
- He will be ahead of others in English.
- Pay ahead, and you'll receive a discount.
- The man on the watch cried out: "Dangers ahead!"
- Joan ran ahead to film us as we crossed the bridge.
- He ran on ahead.
- I think the work can be completed ahead of time.
- A uniformed chauffeur stared straight ahead .
- Francesca was staring ahead into the darkness.
- I'll run ahead and warn them.
- Instead of turning left, he drove straight ahead towards the river.
- You go on ahead; I'll catch you up in a few minutes.
- The road forks further ahead.
- Up ahead I saw the lights of a town.
- Turn left at the traffic lights, and you'll see the hospital straight ahead.
- Ahead sat an old man.
- Ahead there is work to be done.
- Ease down, there's a sharp bend ahead.
- There's a motel just a few miles ahead.
- We have made rapid strides ahead despite these initial handicaps.
- The times are marching ahead.
- We must think ahead and make a plan.
- You must decide a week ahead.
- Well, if you apply about a year ahead, you should get a grant.
- The singer is always booked up for a year ahead.
- The way ahead is tortuous.
- She didn't know the way ahead.
- The path ahead looked narrow and steep.
- His attention was firmly fixed on the road ahead.
- There is a bridge over the river ahead.
- I noticed a piece of paper lying on the grass ahead.
- The hills ahead were not wooded.
- Do you know the man ahead?
- The captain ordered full speed ahead.
- Those two countries have been going full speed ahead in nuclear arms race.
- We've got a lot of hard work ahead.
- Where will the money come from in the years ahead?
- The hospital is two blocks straight ahead.
- My watch is ahead by a couple of minutes.
- They are far ahead militarily.
- Our team was ahead by three points.
- Jack was ahead one thousand dollars in the deal.
- His score in math may be poor, but he will surely be ahead in foreign languages.
- The Labour government was 2% ahead in the polls.
- This will put us ahead.
- The Prime Minister's speech put his party 5% ahead in the opinion polls.
- He could see it about half a mile ahead.
- ahead of
领先further advanced than sb/sth; in front of sb, for example in a race or competition
- dead ahead
就在前面 in front of
- draw ahead
跑在前面, 赶到前面lead; go front
- fire ahead
〈口〉开始; 热烈地谈论; 发问begin especially speak; talk actively or ask questions
- forge ahead
稳步前进, 突然加速前进 go steadily or quickly forward
- get ahead
先进；领先；获得成功 be in front, especially in a competition; succeed
get sb ahead
An early start will get us well ahead before the crowds.
我们早点动身，会远远走在人们的前面。get ahead of sb/sth
That bus has got ahead of the others.
We slowed down, to let the other cars get ahead of us.
The bright young man can get ahead quickly in the tourist industry.
If you want to get ahead in politics, you have to look confident.
Jane used to be slow in class, but now she is getting ahead.
A distinguished ability of social contact will surely help get ahead in business.
She got ahead by sheer determination.
As soon as he settled down to his new job, Alex got ahead splendidly.
He is the type of young man who will get ahead in any business he goes into.
He told his daughter to choose a career in which there were good opportunities for getting ahead.
他告诉女儿要选择一种有获得成功良机的职业。get sb ahead
Hard work will get you ahead.
努力工作将使你获得成功。get ahead of sb/sth
I got ahead of other people in the race.
John got ahead of the other runners in the race.
Keady soon got ahead of the other boys in the class.
By doing a little extra homework, the girl got ahead of the rest of the class.
He will get ahead of others in English.
You'll soon get ahead of the rest of the class if you really make up your mind to do so.
You have to get ahead of your competitors.
Our scientists are trying hard to get ahead of those working in enemy countries.
Only hard work can get you ahead of your competitors.
If only our horse can get ahead of the leading runner, it can win the race!
- go ahead
〈非正〉自行其是 take action on one's own
- go ahead with
继续讲(某事) continue to speak (sth)
go ahead with sb/sth
Do you want to go ahead with the advance party, or would you rather be in the second group of climber？
你愿意同先遣队一起先走，还是愿意参加第二批登山队？go ahead with sth
He just went ahead with his work.
Don't be disturbed; just go ahead with your work.
After the rain stopped, we went ahead with our work of digging the canal.
While she was away he went ahead with the work and got a lot done.
The council gave us permission to go ahead with our building plans.
委员会允许我们继续实施我们的建设计划。go ahead with sth
Please go ahead with your story, there won't be any more interruptions.
- keep ahead
保持领先地位remain in a forward or leading position
If I can only keep ahead for a few more yards, I can win this race.
You need to work hard to keep ahead.
Jean used to have difficulty with her school work, but she has been keeping ahead for the past year.
If you want to keep ahead in your job, you should ensure that your good work is noticed by those in power.
如果你想在工作上一直比别人强的话，你就该让掌权者了解你在工作中取得的成绩。keep ahead of sb
You have to keep ahead of your competitors in business or you will fail.
- lie ahead
展现在前面 emerge ahead
- look ahead
为前途考虑 think about, prepare, or plan for the future
- move ahead
- plan ahead
提前计划或安排 arrange sth before sth takes place
- press ahead
拥挤向前；加紧，继续努力 hurry forward; continue in a determined way
- pull ahead
赶上(某人)，超过(某事) overtake sb or sth
He picked up speed and pulled ahead in the last hundred meters.
The winner of the men's 400 meters pulled ahead on the last bend.
男子400米的获胜者是在最后一个弯道处超到前面去的。pull ahead of sb/sth
The car soon pulled ahead of the bus.
The Rolls Royce pulled ahead of us and disappeared into the distance.
- push ahead
Now that the problem is solved, there is nothing to stop us pushing ahead.
既然那个问题已经解决了，就没有什么阻止我们前进了。push ahead with sth
Whatever happens, we must push ahead with our plan to increase production.
无论发生什么事, 我们必须贯彻执行增产计划。push sthahead
They are pushing ahead the development of workers' strikes.
- remain ahead
保持领先地位stay in a forward or leading position, in front of others
If I can only remain ahead for a few more yards, I can win this race.
Jane used to have difficulty with her school work, but she has improved a lot recently, and now finds it easier to remain ahead.
简过去在学业上有不少困难, 但是最近已大有进步, 现在她发现在班上名列前茅是很容易的。remain ahead of sb
You have to work hard to remain ahead of your competitors in business, or you can easily lose your leading position.
你必须努力工作以保持领先于公司里其他竞争者, 否则, 你就会轻易地失去这种地位。
- see sth ahead
预见 think ahead; plan for or have knowledge of the future
- send ahead
预先送出；事先捎信 send sb or sth in advance; send a message in advance of one
I sent an expensive tape recorder on ahead .
I'll send my luggage on ahead.
We sent our luggage on ahead, and it was there when we got to the hotel.
Don't worry about a bed for tonight; I've sent ahead to the hotel to ask them to keep a room for us.
不要担心今晚的住宿问题，我已事先与旅馆联系，请他们给我们留个房间。send sth ahead
It's best to send the heavy cases ahead so that they'll be there already when we arrive.
- set sth ahead
往前拨 move the hands of (a clock or watch) to a later time
- shoot ahead
飞速向前; 处于领先地位rapidly progress; take the lead
- stay ahead
保持位置上的领先remain in a forward or leading position
Galloping straight a-head.出自： Browning
- ahead常修饰动词，在句中作状语, 也可修饰名词或名词性短语，在句中作后置定语。
- ahead还可作表语，后面接介词in时表示“在某方面领先”; 后面接介词of时表示“在前，优于，面临着”。
I have a very busy day ahead of me.
We must decide a week ahead.
- ahead of, in front of
- ahead of和in front of均可表示“在…前面”，指具体的或比喻的空间时，两者均可使用；指时间时，只可使用ahead of。例如：
- He was running 50 meters ahead of〔before〕 me.他跑在我前面50米。
- At that moment two girls passed in front of me.那时有两个姑娘在我面前经过。
- They say there is a great future ahead of me.他们说我有远大的前程。
- You have a splendid life in front of you.你有大好的前程。
- ahead, before, forward
- The commander sent a group of scouts ahead.
- The commander sent a company forward.
- 前句表示小分队离开大部到前面去, 后句则表示把一人调至队首或较前面的位置。
- 在航海上, ahead指方向或位置在船外或船的前部; 而forward则指中部靠前的位置。
- 用于引申意, 也有同样的区别, 如look ahead可指预见长远后果而不计较当前得失, 而look forward则指预料到某事可能或一定能发生。
- 3.用于指可顺、逆变化的机械运动时，ahead和forward则无明显差别，例如按顺时针拨动表针，可说set the clock forward，也可说set the clock ahead。
误 They reached their aims in front of time.
正 They reached their aims ahead of time.
析 指时间时，只可使用ahead of。
- ☆ 1620左右进入英语，直接源自古英语，意为在前面。
- forward 向前的
- before 在 ... 以前
- in front 在 ... 前面
- in advance 提前
- onward 向前的
- on 在 ... 之上
- along 沿着
- forth 向前
- first 第一的
- advance 前进
- in 在 ... 里
- front 正面
- leading 领导的
- winning 胜利
- forwards 向前地
- in the future 在将来
- to come 未来地
- early 早
- prematurely 过早地
- fast 快的
- gaining 开槽
- or 或者
- in the lead 领先, 占主导地位...
- beforehand 预先
- out front 在观众中
- onwards 向前
- forrader 更往前