English to Korean Meaning :: ahead

Ahead :
앞으로
앞으로, 앞에, 앞서서, 선, 앞쪽에, 전방에 - 앞으로앞으로
 
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Adjective(1) having the leading position or higher score in a contest
Adverb(1) at or in the front(2) toward the future; forward in time(3) in a forward direction(4) ahead of time; in anticipation, or in advance(5) to a more advanced or advantageous position(6) to a different or a more advanced time (meaning advanced either toward the present or toward the future(7) leading or ahead in a competition

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(1) Keep optimistic about the future and keep looking ahead .(2) Trading at its hotels in the US had also improved with profits ahead 20% on the same period last year.(3) First Japan inched ahead to a tenuous lead holding it through the first half of the race.(4) Getting out we can see that there's couple more spaces ahead , then a cattlegrid, another junction and apparently a cottage beyond it.(5) In fact, I'm seriously impressed at just how many parents, grandparents and other relatives are thinking ahead and planning their family's future.(6) The crucial thing was that coming up the last few minutes, we were four points ahead but couldn't defend that lead.(7) There were problems somewhere up ahead on the line, but the chain kept moving, and Lopez felt pressure to keep up.(8) Bootham Cons surged ahead to lead 8-1 but Holgate fought back to 10-10 after 11 ends.(9) There may be challenges ahead but the future in this sector is certainly looking brighter than for several years.(10) Ecofin's day at the races And they're coming up the back stretch now and it's Economic Recovery way ahead in the lead.(11) You move ahead progressively in business aspects with past experience and expertise that bring you success, repute and appreciation.(12) You can count on two people in the work area to share your burden and help you move ahead progressively today.(13) And so that set the stage for us to progress ahead with the development.(14) But there was still a big future ahead for plastics, in packaging, for example.(15) He may be gazing backwards for inspiration, but he's progressing full-steam ahead .(16) As I motioned him ahead he looked at me with disbelief then lunged forward.
Related Words
(1) straight ahead ::
똑바로
(2) get ahead ::
출세
(3) look ahead ::
돌아보다
(4) go straight ahead ::
직진
(5) ahead of ::
앞서
(6) ahead of time ::
시간보다 빨리
(7) go-ahead ::
완기
(8) move ahead ::
앞으로 이동
(9) plan ahead ::
미리 계획
Synonyms
Adverb
1. forward ::
앞으로
2. in front ::
앞에
3. in the future ::
앞으로
4. leading ::
주요한
5. beforehand ::
미리
6. in the lead ::
선두에
7. before ::
전에
Adjective
8. leading ::
주요한
Different Forms
ahead
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

just trying to stay
one step ahead of the police.

just trying to stay one step AHEAD of the police.

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 16


You guys go ahead.
I just have to finish up an e-mail.

You guys go AHEAD. I just have to finish up an e-mail.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 21


- Okay, my turn. Let me talk to him.
- Go ahead.

- Okay, my turn. Let me talk to him. - Go AHEAD.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 2


Now that you\

Now that you're back in the mix, it's, like, nothing but good days AHEAD.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 2


Some accident up ahead.

Some accident up AHEAD.

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 12


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