stay ahead


stay ahead

v. (D; intr.) to stay ahead of

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(D; intr.) to stay ahead of

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • stay ahead — get/keep/stay/ahead (of the game) phrase to react quickly so that you gain keep an advantage Our industries have to keep ahead of the game in Europe. Thesaurus: to have, or to take advantage of, an opportunitysynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • stay ahead of the game — get/keep/stay/ahead (of the game) phrase to react quickly so that you gain keep an advantage Our industries have to keep ahead of the game in Europe. Thesaurus: to have, or to take advantage of, an opportunitysynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • stay ahead of the game — be ahead of the game to know more about the most recent developments in a particular subject or activity than the people or companies with whom you are competing. Staying ahead of the game in these days of rapid technological advancements is no… …   New idioms dictionary

  • ahead of the game — {adv. or adj. phr.}, {informal} 1. In a position of advantage; winning (as in a game or contest); ahead (as by making money or profit); making it easier to win or succeed. * /The time you spend studying when you are in school will put you ahead… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • ahead of the game — {adv. or adj. phr.}, {informal} 1. In a position of advantage; winning (as in a game or contest); ahead (as by making money or profit); making it easier to win or succeed. * /The time you spend studying when you are in school will put you ahead… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • ahead — a‧head [əˈhed] adverb if the value of something is ahead of a previous level, it has increased: • The shares were ahead more than 11% at one stage, and closed 85 up at 944p. * * * ahead UK US /əˈhed/ adverb ► at a better, higher, or greater level …   Financial and business terms

  • ahead of the curve — chiefly US approving : faster about doing something than other people, companies, etc. The company has been ahead of the curve in adopting new technologies. [=has adopted new technologies faster than other companies] • • • Main Entry: ↑curve * *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ahead behind the curve — ahead of/behind the ˈcurve idiom (especially NAmE, business) in advance of or behind a particular trend • Our expert advice will help you stay ahead of the curve. • We ve fallen behind the curve when it comes to developing new digital products …   Useful english dictionary

  • ahead — a|head W2S2 [əˈhed] adv ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(in front)¦ 2¦(forward)¦ 3¦(before somebody else)¦ 4¦(future)¦ 5¦(before an event)¦ 6 ahead of schedule 7¦(progress/success)¦ 8¦(advanced)¦ 9¦(WINNING)¦ 10 go ahead …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ahead — a|head [ ə hed ] function word *** Ahead is used in the following ways: as an adverb: I could see the end of the tunnel ahead. in the preposition phrase ahead of: We have some difficult problems ahead of us. 1. ) in front of you a ) used for… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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