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 Showtime had originally picked up Three Women before deciding in January 2023 not to move ahead with it while the network prepared to merge with Paramount+. Abby Stern, Peoplemag, 7 June 2024 Instead, safely pull over or turn into a nearby business and let the tailgater move along. Evan Moore, Charlotte Observer, 5 June 2024 But the administration still planned to move ahead with a $1 billion sale of other military material to Israel. David Lightman, Sacramento Bee, 28 May 2024 Meanwhile, the agency plans to move ahead with security enhancements already included in its budget. Michael Smolens, San Diego Union-Tribune, 19 May 2024 And consider all the licensing that requires tests to move ahead. Reader Commentary, Baltimore Sun, 16 May 2024 Federal entities negotiate agreements with the commission but ultimately can move ahead even if the commission doesn’t approve. Salvador Hernandez, Los Angeles Times, 14 May 2024 If Republicans move ahead with political amendments or measures that weaken the bill, known as poison pills, the minority party won't provide the votes when Johnson needs them, according to roughly a dozen Democrats familiar with the situation. Democrat-Gazette Staff From Wire Reports, arkansasonline.com, 19 Apr. 2024 With Booker out of the lineup, the Suns suffered a 118-110 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday, allowing Sacramento to move ahead of Phoenix for the No. 6 seed in the West. Jason Anderson, Sacramento Bee, 4 Mar. 2024

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“Move ahead/along.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/move%20ahead%2Falong. Accessed 13 Jun. 2024.

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