Definição de 'look ahead'
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We still have to look ahead and make some of those plans. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Look ahead and make the most of social prospects. The Sun (2015) Perhaps he was looking ahead to afternoons like this. The Sun (2015)That gave them a chance to look ahead and think tactically. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)Look ahead and think about how the age gap will affect you at different life stages. The Sun (2013)And now he is ready to look ahead at a new chapter and being on the road again. The Sun (2015)It is about looking ahead for problems and closing them down, preferably before they happen. Times, Sunday Times (2013)While your expectations are based on the past, these look ahead to the future. Times, Sunday Times (2006)An awful lot can change from season to season, so we are looking ahead thinking we can challenge again. The Sun (2014)It's a sensible suggestion and one that should be thrown into the mix when a woman is looking ahead to her future. The Sun (2015)In the first of four final episodes, they look ahead to the future and all the excitement the 1990s will bring. The Sun (2015)
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