ahead englannista suomeksi
voitolla oleva, edellä, voitolla, edellä oleva
At or towards the front; in the direction one is facing or moving.
So as to be further advanced, either spatially or in an abstract sense.
In or for the future.
To a later time.
''Set the clock ahead an hour.''
''Push the deadline ahead a day, from the 20th to the 21st.''
1995, Charles Edward Weber, ''Stories of Virtue in Business'', University Press of America ((ISBN)), page 55:
- Then the customer would set a rebidding deadline ahead a month - for example from September 1 to October 1 - and give everybody four weeks to submit (..)
1998, United States House Committee on Agriculture, Subcommittee on Department Operations, Nutrition, and Foreign Agriculture, ''Implementation of the Food Quality Protection Act: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Department Operations, Nutrition, and Foreign Agriculture of the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, Second Session, June 25, 1998'', page 46:
- When we saw that wasn&39;t working in 1976, we moved the deadline ahead to 1978.
To an earlier time.
''Push the deadline ahead a day, from the 21st to the 20th.''
1985, ''Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report'', volume 43, page 606:
- (..) committees in Congress hae a March 15 deadline for reporting their "views and estimates" to the budget committees. The Senate Republican leadership, eager to get a jump on the annual budget process, moved the deadline ahead to March 1 for Senate committees.
2003, United States House Committee on Government Reform, ''Smooth Sailing Or an Impending Wreck?: The Impact of New Visa and Passport Requirements on Foreign Travel to the United States : Hearing Before the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, First Session, July 10, 2003'', page 113:
- (..) the Department is responding to the statutory requirement in the USA Patriot Act that moved the deadline ahead to 2003 from 2007.