go ahead


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go ahead

vb
(intr, adverb) to start or continue, often after obtaining permission
n
the go-ahead informal permission to proceed
adj
enterprising or ambitious
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.go ahead - proceed (with a plan of action); "He went ahead with the project"
act, move - perform an action, or work out or perform (an action); "think before you act"; "We must move quickly"; "The governor should act on the new energy bill"; "The nanny acted quickly by grabbing the toddler and covering him with a wet towel"
Translations
pustit se
gå i gang
jatkaa
započeti
先へ進む
(…)을 시작하다
sätta i gång
ทำต่อไปโดยไม่รีรอ
tiến hành

go ahead

يَبْدَأُ pustit se gå i gang vorausgehen προχωρώ seguir adelante jatkaa aller de l’avant započeti andare avanti 先へ進む (…)을 시작하다 vooruitgaan sette i gang pójść naprzód continuar, iniciar начинать sätta i gång ทำต่อไปโดยไม่รีรอ önden gitmek tiến hành 前进
References in classic literature ?
You would go ahead and march through your tunnel into Oz, and get defeated and driven back.
They go ahead at a rate that sometimes makes it difficult for me to keep up.
Well, then," said the Fox, "if you really want to go home, go ahead, but you'll be sorry.
I can go ahead and hammer out the stuff they want, and earn the equivalent of a good salary by it.
At the same time the chauffeur attempted to start his machine, but it was evident that something had gone wrong, as though the gears refused to mesh, and the delay caused by this, while he pushed the lever into reverse and backed the car a few inches before again attempting to go ahead, gave the nurse time to reach the side of the taxicab.
The whole thing is moonshine; now then, go ahead and do your worst; I'm done with you.
I explained to him that I was Hooja's enemy, and asked, when they were ready to go, that I be al-lowed to go with them, or, better still, that they let me go ahead and learn all that I could about the village where Hooja dwelt so that they might attack it with the best chance of success.
Well, we'll go ahead then," I said, with a sigh of relief that the project had been so easily launched.
But, anyway, go ahead an' tell us about your mother.
We hod to come close down upon the shup afore I could go ahead an' clear o' the shups on the dock- ends.
It would make a great difference in the drainage, but a new plowman might think this finickiness and just go ahead and plow all of it north and south, or all of it east and west and this would result in a lower yield--some parts of the field would get soggy and the wheat might get a rust, and other parts drain too readily, letting the ground become parched and break into cakes, all of which might be prevented.
Go ahead, Jim, and whatever happens we'll make the best of it.