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Proceed or be carried out without hesitation.‘the project will go ahead’
- ‘The panel refused to grant the adjournment and went ahead with the hearing.’
- ‘The performance went ahead, but she was advised to cancel her trip and allow herself time to recuperate.’
- ‘The trial was postponed time after time, but eventually went ahead in early 2000.’
- ‘He can't see the project going ahead without more investment in existing companies.’
- ‘If the plan goes ahead environmental improvements will also be carried out.’
- ‘If the deal went ahead, the combined group would employ more than 135,000 people.’
- ‘Residents on the street were angered by the scheme and launched a campaign to stop it going ahead.’
- ‘The church warden was able to carry out a quick repair job and the service went ahead as planned.’
- ‘If it goes ahead, the project would be the first of its type in Britain.’
- ‘The transplant went ahead in early 2000, since when Nicola has made a great recovery.’
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