ahead of the game

ADVERB
  1. in an advantageous position
    she's ahead of the game
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How To Use ahead of the game In A Sentence

  • I think if I get half of the assignment done by tomorrow, I am ahead of the game.
  • You pick up an extremely useful skill easily and it keeps you ahead of the game at work. The Sun
  • These lovelies are ahead of the game, already rocking spring's hottest color trend: orange. StyleCaster: PHOTOS: Orange You Glad To See Orange?
  • You pick up an extremely useful skill easily and it keeps you ahead of the game at work. The Sun
  • Town and district councillor Chris March said: ‘Warminster was ahead of the game when we introduced CCTV cameras and I believe the police are blazing a trail in community support once again.’
  • A lot of the euro zone moves we have had, you would hardly be saying they were ahead of the game," said Marc Ostwald, fixed income strategist at Monument Securities.
  • If you can keep your son off the pipe and your daughter off the pole, you're ahead of the game. Chris Rock 
  • Ndunda said morale was high in the squad ahead of the game tomorrow and the players were looking forward to the clash.
  • You pick up an extremely useful skill easily and it keeps you ahead of the game at work. The Sun
  • You find answers to tricky questions and stay ahead of the game at work. The Sun
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