English version

be in advance of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in advance of somebody/somethingbe in advance of somebody/somethingto be more developed or modern than someone or something else Their aircraft were in advance of those used by the US. advance
Examples from the Corpus
be in advance of somebody/somethingIn several ways, then, a catalogue may be in advance of any other publications.
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