Go ahead

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Definition

to go ahead (and do something): to proceed, to act (and do something)
verb
I went ahead and ordered dinner without you. I hope you don't mind, I was very hungry.

Go ahead!: Help yourself! Please do!
idiom

(The party will) go ahead (as planned): (The party will) take place, proceed, continue (as planned)
idiom
Pronunciation examples
UK: If you want to use my car, go ahead.
US: We went ahead with the project without the boss's approval.

Examples

  • "Go ahead. English reporter : Yes, hello."
  • "Trey : Please, go right ahead."
  • "So, go ahead, but be quick."
  • "Philip : Alright, go ahead."
  • "I went ahead and did some research into your mother as well."
  • "Go ahead and set it up Brian."
  • "Please, go ahead."
  • "Michelle Doleman : Go ahead."
  • "My assistant has set me up with a video conferencing system. If you've got the right equipment on your end, we should be able to go ahead with the meeting as planned."
  • "Philip. Go ahead!"

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