ahead of
  1. In front of.
    A hill loomed ahead of them.
    • The island bore but a little ahead of us.
  2. Preceding.
    He's giving a series of concerts in London ahead of his international tour.
  3. In the future of.
    You have a long trip ahead of you.
    Peter has a lot of work ahead of him.
  4. In advance of.
    I arrived at the suite half an hour ahead of Jack.
  5. Having made more progress than.
    He is far ahead of his class in math.

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