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    Default ahead of the game/curve

    'ahead of the game/curve'
    This seems to be AmE. If so, what is
    the British equivalent?
    e.g. Kyoto is ahead of the game in
    environmental matters.
    Thank you.

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    Default Re: ahead of the game/curve

    We know the expression here. A British sports drink company, Lucozade, used 'ahead of the game' as a slogan.

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    Default Re: ahead of the game/curve

    Thank you very much, Vlad.

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