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streets ahead (of somebody/something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstreets ahead (of somebody/something)streets ahead (of somebody/something)British English informalBETTER much better than someone or something else James is streets ahead of the rest of the class at reading. street
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streets ahead (of somebody/something)The Scandinavian countries are already streets ahead in this area.And streets ahead ... Bonnie brings a touch of magic to a Broadway favourite.Sorry times, indeed, for Coventry, whose Midland rivals are streets ahead in strength in depth.As pure driving machines, there is no real comparison - the Mercedes is streets ahead.
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