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Ahead Of Schedule ( more has been done than was expected by this time ... )

"Ahead Of Schedule"

Ahead of schedule means earlier than planned.

Example: "My software project is ahead of schedule."

The thing which is ahead of schedule will be finished before the expected time.

Example: "This is rare. We are almost never ahead of schedule. Great work.

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