go ahead

[ goh-uh-hed ]SEE DEFINITION OF go ahead

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GO AHEAD

To know you are right and then go ahead is a pretty plan, but how to know?

She climbed quickly into the carriage and said gaily: "Go ahead, Sami!"

Hence the Gorgon, one of her consorts, was ordered to go ahead and lead the way.

There was really nothing for Kirkwood to do but to go ahead.

You will not go ahead after learning what is waiting there, I suppose, Captain?

"Oh, we'll go ahead and cross the next chance we get," he informed her.

If you are sure it is not, go ahead, and we give you Godspeed.

Inarticulate cries were heard, Lapoulle shouted furiously to go ahead.

Joe took the yoke-lines in his hand, and called to Harry to go ahead.

But before I go ahead I want you to give me a little assistance.

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