run aheadintransitive verb phrase
1. (to continue)phrase
I'm going to have to run ahead, but I'll see you back at the office.Tengo que ir adelantándome, pero nos vemos en la oficina.
b. ir yendo (Spain)
Where are Jose and Maria? They ran ahead, but we're going to catch up with them at the restaurant.¿Dónde están José y María? Fueron yendo, pero vamos a encontrarnos con ellos en el restaurante.
2. (imperative; used to address one person)
a. ve adelante (informal) (singular)
You run ahead; I'm just going to pop into this store to buy a newspaper.Tú ve adelante; voy a entrar un momento a esta tienda para comprar un periódico.
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