push ahead of

push someone or something ahead of someone

to push someone or something forward from behind. I pushed Gerald ahead of me so he could get a better view. Sally pushed the cart ahead of her and filled it from the supermarket shelves.
See also: ahead, of, push
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There had been a "conscious decision" to reveal details of the push ahead of it beginning despite the risk of losing the element of surprise, the general said in Afghanistan yesterday.
The results of the pilot trials and manufacturing were very encouraging enabling us to push ahead of schedule.