move ahead/along

idiom

1
: to make progress
The project is finally starting to move ahead.
2
: to go on to something else
Let's move along to the next item.

Examples of move ahead/along in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web However, for the project to move ahead, authorities still must gain final approval from the roughly 12,000 people who live in the 200 villages around the Indio River basin. Glenn Taylor, Sourcing Journal, 12 July 2024 Personal networks, and the reputations that move along them, make markets work and give market actors a competitive edge. Corey Robin, The New Yorker, 29 June 2024 Kick off your meal with a cheap beer and an order of steamers (a local delicacy of soft-shell clams that the friendly staff will happily show you how to clean and eat), then move along to the lobster roll. Briana Bononcini, Bon Appétit, 3 July 2024 Officials in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration overruled the commissioner and let the trial move ahead. Eric Umansky, ProPublica, 27 June 2024 See all Example Sentences for move ahead/along 

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“Move ahead/along.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/move%20ahead%2Falong. Accessed 19 Jul. 2024.

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