one step ahead

maintaining a slight advantage; continuing to lead

Wikipedia foundation.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • One Step Ahead — may refer to: One Step Ahead (Split Enz song) One Step Ahead (Aretha Franklin song) One Step Ahead (Nik Kershaw song) This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an …   Wikipedia

  • one step ahead —    When you are one step ahead of someone else, you achieve something faster than they do, or you have a slight advantage over them.     The company is successful because they re always one step ahead of their competitors …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • one step ahead — slightly better prepared or more successful than someone else. The filmmaker manages to keep one step ahead of his critics by constantly trying new ideas. Usage notes: often used with the verbs be, keep, or stay: In this business, you have to be… …   New idioms dictionary

  • one step ahead — managing to avoid competition or danger from someone or something I try to keep one step ahead of the rest of the staff …   Useful english dictionary

  • One Step Ahead (Nik Kershaw song) — One Step Ahead Single by Nik Kershaw from the album The Works …   Wikipedia

  • One Step Ahead (Debbie Gibson song) — One Step Ahead (Debbie Gibson) Single by Deborah Gibson from the album Anything Is Possible A side Hot Radio Mix (4:18) B side LP Version (4:52) …   Wikipedia

  • One Step Ahead of the Spider — Studio album by MC 900 Ft. Jesus Released 28 June 1994 Recorded …   Wikipedia

  • One Step Ahead (Split Enz song) — This article is about Split Enz song. For Aretha Franklin song, see One Step Ahead (Aretha Franklin song). One Step Ahead Single by Split Enz f …   Wikipedia

  • One Step Ahead (Aretha Franklin song) — This article is about Aretha Franklin song. For Split Enz song, see One Step Ahead (Split Enz song). One Step Ahead Single by Aretha Franklin from the album N/A B side I Can t Wait Until I See My Baby s Face …   Wikipedia

  • one step ahead (of somebody) — a/one step aˈhead (of sb/sth) idiom when you are one step ahead of sb/sth, you manage to avoid them or to achieve sth more quickly than they do Main entry: ↑stepidiom …   Useful english dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.