press on


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Verb1.press on - continue moving forward
advance, march on, move on, progress, pass on, go on - move forward, also in the metaphorical sense; "Time marches on"
Translations

w>press on

viweitermachen; (with journey) → weiterfahren
References in classic literature ?
And the question was repeated, while he struggled for will power sufficient to press on the light.
The bargain was struck, and he, Abner, had paid the hare-lipped stranger four dollars and seventy-five cents to boot; whereupon the mysterious one set down the sleigh, took the press on his cart, and vanished up the road, never to be seen or heard from afterwards.