ahead 高中必修500 全国卷频次:29 教材出处:译林版必修B1U1
Olaf Stapledon wrote a book called First and Last Men, in which he looked millions of years ahead.
When asked to point out one or two things that are most important to themselves, many put friends ahead of homes, jobs, cloth and cars.
I must apologize for not letting you know ahead of time.
But Amy has her whole life ahead of her.
ahead of 在…之前
go ahead 前进；进行
forge ahead 继续进行，取得进展
ahead of time 提前；提早
ahead of schedule adv. 提前
straight ahead 一直向前；主流爵士乐
get ahead 获得成功；取得进步；走在前面
look ahead 预测未来，计划未来
go straight ahead 一直往前走
move ahead 前进；进行；进展
go ahead with 继续进行，继续
press ahead 继续进行
push ahead 向前推进
lie ahead 即将来临；在前面
keep ahead 领先；保持领先地位
on ahead 抢先，提前
a step ahead 棋先一招，领先一步
ahead of the game 领先，占优势；捷足先登
get ahead of v. 胜过
think ahead 事先考虑；预见
ad.在前面(頭);向(朝)前;提前The bead is put on the forehead of the dead shepherd ahead of the herd.珠子被戴在牧群前面的死牧羊人的前額上.
HELP For the special uses of ahead in phrasal verbs, look at the entries for the verbs. For example press ahead (with sth) is in the phrasal verb section at press.
ahead 在短语动词中的特殊用法见有关动词词条。如 press ahead (with sth) 在词条 press 的短语动词部份。
1. further forward in space or time; in front
I’ll run ahead and warn them.
The road ahead was blocked.
We’ve got a lot of hard work ahead.
This will create problems in the months ahead.
He was looking straight ahead (= straight forward, in front of him).
SYN in advance :
The party was planned weeks ahead.
3. winning; further advanced
Our team was ahead by one points.
You need to work hard to keep ahead.
1 IN FRONT 在前面 a short distance in front of someone or something 在前面 OPP behind
He kept his gaze fixed on the car ahead.
A hill loomed ahead of them.
We could see the lights of Las Vegas up ahead.
some/a little/a long way ahead
The clinic was now in sight, some way ahead.
straight/dead ahead (=straight in front) 就在正前方
The river is eight miles away dead ahead.
Henry hurried on ahead (=went in front of the others).
2 FORWARD 向前 if someone or something looks or moves ahead, they look or move forward 向前
He stared straight ahead.
The ship forged ahead through the thin ice.
3 BEFORE SB ELSE 在某人之前 before someone else 在前面
There were four people ahead of me at the doctor’s.
4 FUTURE 未来 in the future 将来，今后
You have a long trip ahead of you.
Problems may lie ahead.
the years/days/months etc ahead
We do not foresee any major changes in the years ahead.
Unless we plan ahead (=plan for the future) we are going to be in a mess.
5 BEFORE AN EVENT 在某事件之前 before an event happens 事前；提前；预先 SYN in advance
I cook rice two or three hours ahead.
Can you tell me ahead of time if you’re coming?
He’s giving a series of concerts in London ahead of his international tour.
6 ahead of schedule earlier than planned or arranged 提前
I arrived at Jack’s suite half an hour ahead of schedule.
7 PROGRESS/SUCCESS 进步/成功 making progress and being successful in your job, education etc 取得进步，获得成功
Getting ahead at work is the most important thing to her at the moment.
8 ADVANCED 先进的 ideas, achievements etc that are ahead of others have made more progress or are more developed 先进，占优势
9 WINNING 领先 winning in a competition or election 〔在比赛或选举中〕领先
10 go ahead
11 go ahead phrasal verb → go-ahead1 → go
12 ahead of the game/curve informal in a position where you are more advanced or more successful than your competitors 成功；领先，超越〔竞争对手〕
1. ADVERB USES 副词用法
2. PREPOSITION USES 介词用法
In addition to the uses shown below, ahead is used in phrasal verbs such as ‘get ahead’, ‘go ahead’, and ‘press ahead’.
除下列用法外，ahead还可用于get ahead，go ahead，press ahead等短语动词中。
1.ADV 副词在前面；朝前面 Something that is ahead is in front of you. If you look ahead, you look directly in front of you.
【搭配模式】：ADV after v
Brett looked straight ahead…
I peered ahead through the front screen…
The road ahead was now blocked solid…
Ahead, he saw the side railings of First Bridge over Crooked Brook.
2.ADV 副词（与push，move和forge等动词连用表示计划或组织等）进展迅速地 You use ahead with verbs such as ‘push’, ‘move’, and ‘forge’ to indicate that a plan, scheme, or organization is making fast progress.
【搭配模式】：ADV after v
We are moving ahead with plans to send financial aid…
Now BBC World Television is forging ahead on its own.
3.ADV 副词超前地;超出预期地 If you are ahead in your work or achievements, you have made more progress than you expected to and are performing well.
The North Korean economy was pretty strong in its time, and was ahead until maybe 1970…
First half profits have charged ahead from £127.6m to £134.2m…
Children in small classes are several months ahead in reading.
4.ADV 副词领先地;占优势地 If a person or a team is ahead in a competition, they are winning.
Australia were ahead throughout the game…
Scotland were ahead in their European championship qualifier in Iceland…
A goal would have put Dublin 6-1 ahead.
5.ADV 副词在将来；今后 Ahead also means in the future.
A much bigger battle is ahead for the president…
Anne Garrels reports there are still difficult times ahead for Poland…
Now I can remember without mourning, and begin to look ahead…
There will be many difficult and challenging days ahead.
The task ahead is huge.
6.ADV 副词提前，预先（准备或计划） If you prepare or plan something ahead, you do it some time before a future event so that everything is ready for that event to take place.
【搭配模式】：ADV after v
The government wants figures that help it to plan ahead…
Do book ahead as the restaurant is very popular…
Summer weddings need to be arranged months ahead.
7.ADV 副词先（走） If you go ahead, or if you go on ahead, you go in front of someone who is going to the same place so that you arrive there some time before they do.
【搭配模式】：ADV after v
I went ahead and waited with Sean…
You just go on ahead. I’ll come by later…
I’d have to send Tina on ahead with Rachael.
1.PREP-PHRASE 短语介词在…前面 If someone is ahead of you, they are directly in front of you. If someone is moving ahead of you, they are in front of you and moving in the same direction.
I saw a man in a blue jacket thirty metres ahead of me…
She walked ahead of Helene up the steps into the hotel.
2.PREP-PHRASE 短语介词将要发生；将要来临 If an event or period of time lies ahead of you, it is going to happen or take place soon or in the future.
I tried to think about all the problems that were ahead of me tomorrow…
She spent all night thinking about the future that lay ahead of her…
We have a very busy day ahead of us today.
3.PREP-PHRASE 短语介词（竞赛中）领先于，超过 In a competition, if a person or team does something ahead of someone else, they do it before the second person or team.
【搭配模式】：oft n PREP n
Millar finished 1 minute and 35 seconds ahead of Thierry Claveyrolat.
4.PREP-PHRASE 短语介词早于；在…之前 If something happens ahead of an event or time, it happens before that event or time.
The Prime Minister was speaking ahead of today’s meeting.
5.PREP-PHRASE 短语介词提前 If something happens ahead of schedule or ahead of time, it happens earlier than was planned.
The election was held six months ahead of schedule…
This dish may be prepared a day ahead of time and refrigerated.
6.PREP-PHRASE 短语介词领先于;比…出色 If someone is ahead of someone else, they have made more progress and are more advanced in what they are doing.
Henry generally stayed ahead of the others in the academic subjects.
7. one step ahead of someone or something→see: step; ahead of your time→see: time;
a : in or toward the front在前面；向前面
The road stretched ahead for many miles.
Someone was standing in the road (up) ahead.
We knew the way ahead [=forward] was difficult, but we persevered.
“Full speed ahead!” shouted the captain.
He was looking straight ahead. [=directly forward] 他当时径直向前望去。
b : to or toward the place where someone is going预先；较早
I can’t leave yet. You go on ahead. I’ll catch up later.
She was delayed at the airport so she sent her bags ahead to the hotel.
: in, into, or for the future为将来
We need to think/plan ahead.
The past year has been successful and, looking ahead, we expect to do even better in the coming months.
We have some hard work ahead.
He expects to be very busy in the weeks ahead.
We don’t know what lies ahead.
We’ll pause now for a commercial. The weather report is just ahead. [=the weather report will be broadcast after the commercial] 我们先暂停一下插播广告。随后是天气预报。
: in the lead in a race or competition（在比赛中）领先
They were trailing by 5 points earlier in the game, but now they’re ahead [=winning] by 7.
They scored three runs to go ahead by two.
a politician who is ahead in the polls
We’re winning now, but we have to work hard to stay/keep ahead.
: in or toward a better position赚；占优势
I came out $20 ahead on the deal. [=I made a profit of $20 on the deal] 这笔交易我赚了20美元。
He’s very ambitious. He’ll do anything to get ahead. [=to become successful] 他极有野心。为了取得成功他将会不择手段。
: at an earlier time提前
She prepared most of the food ahead. [=ahead of time] 她提前准备好了大部分食物。
make payments ahead