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  • v. To proceed; to begin.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. proceed (with a plan of action)


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  • Then, unaccountably, Lugar decided to go ahead with the SFRC meeting that day and push the other nominations through, thus making it plain for all to see that there was a problem in my case.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • Moscows decision to go ahead with the meeting anyway demonstrated that Nixon could be tough on the war front and still do business with Hanois erstwhile allies.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • They go ahead to give the speech, despite the fact that all seminarians report in a post-study interview that they saw the person in distress.

    The Time Paradox

  • I spilt some of it in the back of his truck when he suddenly stopped quick, because Elby told him he had to let the man crossing the street go ahead of him.

    Dragon Warrior

  • My parents had been asked to go ahead and call Mrs. Conway by her first name—not just that, but by the nickname of her first name.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • In this green-bordered avenue of water, which extended nine or ten miles, the thick foliage shut out the breeze, and our boatman was obliged to go ahead in his dinky, as he called the little boat, and tow us along.

    Euphemia Among the Pelicans

  • It took some time until we CTM, ATI-LAO, and ATI-Corporate Treasury all agreed to go ahead and hedge the debt.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Amid the laughter, Susan Spencer from CBS, her camera rolling, asked Hanley to go ahead and say it “off the record.”

    No Excuses

  • "Well, go ahead and catechize Topsy; may be you'll make out something yet."

    Uncle Tom's cabin, or Life among the lowly

  • If you are going to purchase either free weights or the SPRI exercise tubing, go ahead and anticipate that you will progress quickly, which I will explain in Chapter 9.

    Lange 2010


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