Idiom: ahead of time
idiom: ahead of time
- before something is required
- I always arrive ahead of time to all of my appointments to prevent stress.
- If you can get the report to me ahead of time I will take a look and give you some feedback before the meeting.
- Can you download a map of the city ahead of time so we'll have it ready when we arrive?
- Half of the students got a copy of the test questions ahead of time so they were prepared and did really well on the final exam.
- What time does the meeting actually start? My boss wants to meet with me ahead of time to review his speech.
- If I had known the Smiths were coming ahead of time we would have made the reservation for five people instead of three.
- Someone from the hospital told the paparazzi the singer was leaving ahead of time so he was surrounded by photographers when he left.
- When you get married without telling anyone ahead of time it's called eloping.
- Don't worry. I cooked dinner ahead of time because I knew we would be running late for the movie.
- I wish I had bought my Metro ticket ahead of time. The line is so long and we're going to miss the five o'clock train.
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