What is the opposite of behind?

What is the opposite of behind?

What is the opposite of behind?

ahead in front
in the foreground in the lead

What’s another way to say behind schedule?

behind schedule

  • behindhand.
  • laggard.
  • slow.
  • backward.
  • behind time.
  • belated.
  • delayed.
  • dilatory.

What is the opposite of leave behind?

Opposite of to leave behind. reclaim. allow. approve.

What does it mean to behind schedule?

1 : to arrive and/or leave later than the time that is expected The trains are running behind schedule. 2 : to do something or happen later than planned or expected or to take longer than planned or expected The doctor’s appointments are running behind schedule today.

What is the synonym and antonym of behind?

easy, slowly, tardily, slow, in arrears, behindhand. Antonyms: up. behindadverb.

What is the synonym of behind?

at the back of, at the rear of, beyond, on the other side of, on the far side of, on the further side of. North American in back of. in front of. 2’behind her was a small child’ after, following, to the rear of, in the wake of, at the back of, close on, hard on the heels of, on the trail of.

How do you use a behind schedule?

(1) The tunnel project has already fallen behind schedule. (2) The project has fallen behind schedule . (3) We seem to have slipped behind schedule. (4) The work is 22 weeks behind schedule.

What is the synonym for behind?

in arrears, overdue, in debt, in the red. late, unpunctual, tardy, behindhand, behind target. ahead.

What is the opposite of underneath?

What is the opposite of underneath?

higher upper
above top
topmost uppermost

What is the meaning of behind?

Definition of behind (Entry 2 of 3) 1a : in or to a place or situation in back of or to the rear of look behind you put behind bars. b —used as a function word to indicate something that screens an observer the sun went behind a cloud. c : following in order marched behind the band.

What is a leave behind?

A leave behind (or leave-behind) is exactly what it sounds like: a physical object that you leave behind to help your interviewer, client, or supervisor remember you. The object can be anything–an interesting business card, a piece of handmade candy, or even those branded pens that banks hand out at career fairs.


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