other ways to say successful, ahead of the curve, ahead of the pack, get something off the ground

Ahead of the Curve meaning

Ahead of the curve (idiom) ahead of current thinking or trends performing well ahead of schedule Our sales figures show that we are ahead of the curve this month. ››› Other words that start with A ‹‹‹ ››› 50 Popular English Idioms to Sound Like a Native Speaker ‹‹‹ ››› 1000+ Most Popular English Idioms and Their Meanings ‹‹‹ ››› Useful English Phrases For […]

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Ride or Drive. What is the difference?

What is the difference between ride and drive? It really depends on the type of vehicle, mode of transport and the sentence construction. Of course, both words have multiple meanings. We will look at it right now. General consensus is that we use ride for 2 wheel modes of transport: vehicles such as bicycles, motorcycles, […]

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ride, bicycle, ride high, hitch a ride

Ride meaning

Ride He is taking me for a ride in his brand new car. Meaning: Carry someone about, usually for recreation, in a car, plane, boat He is taking us for a ride, we should not have trusted him. Idiomatic expression: to cheat or deceive someone Chelsea rode their luck as they defeated Bayern Munich in […]

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Null meaning

Have you ever heard the word “null” and been confused? Is it a noun or adjective? What exactly does it mean? In what context do you use it? If you have questions about “null”, keep reading to find out everything you need to know about the word! Null Meaning Null has several meanings, as it […]

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Warrant definition (law)

Warrant A warrant in terms of legal vocabulary can mean a couple of slightly different things. The first one, which is one you hopefully don’t have to worry about, is to do with the police. If the police have been issued a warrant for your arrest, then they are allowed to arrest you on a […]

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