ahead of preposition
Advanced English Dictionary
1 further forward in space or time than sb/sth; in front of sb/sth: Three boys were ahead of us. + Ahead of us lay ten days of intensive training.
2 earlier than sb/sth: I finished the work several days ahead of the deadline.
3 further advanced than sb/sth; in front of sb, for example in a race or competition: She was always well ahead of the rest of the class. + His ideas were way ahead of his time.
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