put ahead of

put ahead of
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to prioritize)
a. poner sobre
Johnny is a guitarist who puts sound ahead of virtuosic technique.Johnny es un guitarrista que pone el sonido sobre la técnica virtuosa.
b. poner por encima de
I don't want to put my career ahead of my marriage.No quiero poner mi carrera por encima de mi matrimonio.
c. anteponer a
You can't always put other people's needs ahead of your own.No puedes anteponer las necesidades de los demás a las tuyas todo el tiempo.
2. (to place before)
a. poner delante de
There's been a change of schedule, guys. We're going to put you ahead of the other band at the festival.Hemos tenido un cambio de horario, chicos. Los vamos a poner delante de la otra banda en el festival.
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