go ahead with (something)


: to do (something) after planning to do it
Despite the bad weather, they decided to go ahead with the party.
: to do (something) after getting permission to do it
My boss told me to go ahead with the project.

Examples of go ahead with (something) in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Make mistakes and learn from them Sometimes after those conversations, their children will go ahead with a purchase, like when Soren recently bought an expensive Lego set with her own money. Amy Rose Dobson, Washington Post, 2 July 2024 The justices said the town can go ahead with its ban on sleeping in public with bedding, which will prohibit unhoused people from living in public parks, according to lawyers supporting Grants Pass who spoke with USA TODAY. Claire Thornton, USA TODAY, 28 June 2024 The couple sued the city in May for the right to go ahead with the demolition, accusing officials of acting unconstitutionally to save a site unworthy of historic preservation. Raechal Shewfelt, EW.com, 27 June 2024 Their rejection of the Trump plan, which seems inevitable given the terms on offer, will provide Netanyahu the justification to go ahead with the annexation Trump has blessed. Martin Indyk, Foreign Affairs, 4 Feb. 2020 See all Example Sentences for go ahead with (something) 

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“Go ahead with (something).” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/go%20ahead%20with%20%28something%29. Accessed 15 Jul. 2024.

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