1. Ahead of means closer to a destination than or in front of.
My friend arrived first, and was ahead of me in line.
2. Ahead of means before.
You are in a hurry; please go ahead of me.
3. Ahead of can mean more advanced than.
Because he was absent for two weeks, the other students in his class are ahead of him.
4. Phrasal verbs
get ahead (intransitive)—succeed
She has struggled all her life to get ahead.
get ahead of (nonseparable)—advance faster or further than someone else
They are rivals, always competing to get ahead of each other.
go ahead (intransitive)—Do it; begin now
I asked for permission, and they told me to go ahead.
Rights of ownership
As a private institution entity, the University of Southern California is governed
by a Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees have, in turn, fully empowered the Office of the
University President to create within the USC Auxiliary Services Division the USC Transportation
Services office, specifically for the stated purpose of establishing procedures designed to inform,
educate, regulate, monitor, and enforce parking requirements for all University facilities, lots and