steam ahead

Related to steam ahead: let off steam, Full Speed Ahead
Translations

w>steam ahead

vi (inf, project, work) → gut vorankommen
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Good ships and good men on both sides,--and a storm and the night and the dawn and all in the open ocean full steam ahead! No stabbing!
Ottawa plans to proceed "full steam ahead" on ratification of a free trade agreement with the US and Mexico, Canada's foreign affairs minister said Saturday, after the neighbors scrapped reciprocal tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
I'm referring to the announcement made by South Africa's International Relations Minister Lindiwe Sisulu, that downgrade of ties with Israel is running full steam ahead.
GAA Director General Tom Ryan revealed yesterday it is "full steam ahead" on the plans to rebuild Casement Park.
HUDDERSFIELD'S most famous fourlegged character is ploughing full steam ahead with her next ambitious venture.
FULL STEAM AHEAD Young fans will love big adventure
In a statement, the investment banking arm of the Metrobank Group said the 32.4 percent growth in infra spending and other outlays in March is an indication that the government's infrastructure program is 'full steam ahead.'
The program, which has received a five-year $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation, grew out of a need to continue supporting students participating in Manchester's STEAM Ahead program.
Al-Kaabi said Qatar's North Field gas expansion project is moving full steam ahead to achieve the targeted 100 million tonnes natural gas production by 2024.
Qatar's North Field expansion is moving full steam ahead to achieve the targeted 100mn tonnes natural gas production, QP's president and CEO Saad Sherida al-Kaabi said.
FULL STEAM AHEAD (BBC2, Thursday, 8pm) PETER GINN, Ruth Goodman and Alex Langlands continue their celebration of the steam train era and look at how locomotives changed life in Britain.
Since then, it's been full steam ahead for the business which is now at full capacity at its base in the wing of a former wartime munitions factory on a private industrial estate in Newton Aycliffe, battling to keep up with demand and on the hunt for new, larger premises.