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In advance:‘being prepared with appropriate graphics ahead of time is a great policy’
early, earlier than expected, earlier than required, in good time, with time to spare, timely, in advance, sooner, in readiness, alreadyView synonyms
- ‘Could the Gulf of Mexico oil spill finally end weeks ahead of the time BP officials say they expect to end it?’
- ‘One of the best ways to cook is to make foods ahead of time.’
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