keep ahead

keep ahead

(of someone or something) Go to ahead (of someone or something).
See also: ahead, keep

keep ahead

v.
1. To remain in front of something, especially when moving: We tried to keep ahead of the truck, but it eventually passed us.
2. To have completed all or more than is required of some task in order to be prepared to face more work: I can't keep ahead of all my homework; every day I get more.
See also: ahead, keep
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To keep ahead of the latest launches from SportsDirect.
Keep ahead past third footbridge, ignoring the boardwalk to the right.
The Silverstone-based marque scored their second double-points finish of the year in Monaco to keep ahead of McLaren in the race for fifth place in the constructors' championship and deputy team principal Bob Fernley said: "The one thing that may be in our favour this year is we all have to switch resources, if we've not already done, so then in the very near future, over to the 2014 car.
Well, now we are in that later part and we can't afford to drop specially if we want pace with Sligo d keep ahead of k Rovers and St anything especially if we want to keep pace with Sligo Rovers and keep ahead of Shamrock Rovers and St Pat's.
Climb this and keep ahead to pass the remains of St Elvis Cromlech.
Our experts assess the hopes of the four Welsh regions and the national side in 2010 WEATHER Keep ahead of the game Keep in touch with the latest weather news ahead of the weekend's rugby and football action at walesonline.
Constant evolution is necessary to keep ahead of the competition and move forward through difficult times.
This is said to be an excellent opportunity to network with experts in this field and to keep ahead of the latest developments.
The key to our successful disposition strategy was to keep ahead of a very volatile market over the last few years," says Marcus Rayner, principal of CRESA Partners.
The Director Development Programme offered us the mechanism with which to progress the company and keep ahead of the competition.
If Smith wrote, as he says he did, in a mad scramble to keep ahead of his deadlines, it doesn't show.
Keep ahead through a fine open countryside where often not a house can be seen.
Keep ahead as the wall veers left and proceed through the gorse bushes.
We haven't been able to incorporate technology in the ways that we should be in order to keep ahead of the curve," she says.
To keep ahead of this contingency, the keepers of the Northridge botanic garden make cuttings of their Hebe specimens, which are rooted and ready for planting if and when the mother plants die.