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Why is he so keen for this cull not to go ahead? Times, Sunday Times (2011)What would make you not go ahead? Times, Sunday Times (2015)This still suggests that investors harbour doubts that the deal will go ahead in its present form. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Viewers will have to wait to see if he goes ahead or not. The Sun (2009)If we go ahead we will take comments into account. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Other opposition figures vowed to go ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So she would go ahead and make the film just to spite him. READY, STEADY, GO!: Swinging London and the Invention of Cool (2002)If we had scored a second after going ahead we would have won it. The Sun (2009)The hearing will go ahead in his absence. The Sun (2006)Should we go ahead and see each other and not worry about her? The Sun (2013)It was able to go ahead after the adjoining property was pulled down. The Sun (2013)But the competition final is still due to go ahead after players insisted they want to play. The Sun (2015)But the meeting went ahead with an empty chair at the table for the touchy visitor. The Sun (2013)That could now tell his story in full for the first time if its planned publication goes ahead next year. The Sun (2016)It would have been easy for heads to go down and for commitment to drop after the visitors went ahead. The Sun (2013)The game will now go ahead next Tuesday. The Sun (2007)So if you are suffering, go ahead and make some noise. Christianity Today (2000)His trial will go ahead next Tuesday. The Sun (2016)So go ahead, make my day. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is unlikely that the livestock show will go ahead next year, with breed societies unable to agree a format. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They talk about him needing to sort out his dirty laundry but he went ahead to see if he could find better buses for the tour. The Sun (2009)She added: 'We decided to go ahead with it and people really came together. The Sun (2015)He said: 'It should have gone ahead. The Sun (2010)
Two of these will get the go-ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2017)You could play a major role in getting the go-ahead for a project that means a lot to you and your friends. The Sun (2016)But Gatwick should get the go-ahead too. The Sun (2016)At the same time, only capital spending projects that deliver significant return on investment or boost innovation will be given the go-ahead. Computing (2010)People are very receptive to your ideas and requests, so you could get the go-ahead for a project that means a lot to your family. The Sun (2016)You could get the official go-ahead for something you have long been waiting to do. The Sun (2006)Getting the go-ahead for work plans means so much. The Sun (2006)You discover a gift for handling all kinds of officials and getting the go-ahead for a project. The Sun (2010)You get the go-ahead for plans that really matter. The Sun (2012)One church leader told of waiting two years before receiving a final go-ahead. Christianity Today (2000)You can impress the toughest bosses and get an official go-ahead. The Sun (2010)You could get the go-ahead for a project that means a lot to you. The Sun (2009)This includes getting the go-ahead for plans that mean a lot. The Sun (2008)Then you can turn plans into action and get that official go-ahead. The Sun (2007)Jupiter gives the go-ahead to a project that could change your world. The Sun (2012)The plan is set to get the go-ahead from motorsport chiefs today. The Sun (2009)The sun is in place to help you get an official go-ahead for that important project. The Sun (2007)But what incentive is there to build the best when the shoddy and nondescript can get the go-ahead? Times, Sunday Times (2006)The confident way you can talk to people helps you get the go-ahead for something that can make a real difference to your life. The Sun (2011)As you take yourself and your skills seriously good things can happen and you may get the go-ahead for a project you care about. The Sun (2009)A court case this summer is expected to give the road the final go-ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It has yet to table a formal offer but is understood to have recently received the go-ahead from the government to proceed with a takeover. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They are now awaiting the final go-ahead from the hospital's ethics committee. The Sun (2006)If you do receive the go-ahead, some lenders may allow you to let with your existing mortgage on payment of a smallish fee. Times, Sunday Times (2010)THE controversial third runway at Heathrow could be given the go-ahead next week. The Sun (2009)THE biggest tidal energy project in Europe will be given the go-ahead today. The Sun (2013)SHELL yesterday got the go-ahead for the world's largest liquefied natural gas field. The Sun (2009)AN offshore wind farm that will power up to 500,000 homes was given the go-ahead yesterday. The Sun (2013)
Übersetzungen für go ahead
Britisches Englisch: go ahead /ɡəʊ əˈhɛd/ VERB
If someone goes ahead with something, they begin to do it or make it.
The board will vote on whether to go ahead with the plan.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: go ahead
- Arabisch: يَبْدَأُ
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: continuar
- Chinesisch: 前进
- Kroatisch: započeti
- Tschechisch: pustit se do čeho
- Dänisch: gå i gang
- Niederländisch: vooruitgaan
- Europäisches Spanisch: seguir adelante
- Finnisch: jatkaa
- Französisch: aller de l’avant
- Deutsch: vorausgehen
- Griechisch: προχωρώ
- Italienisch: andare avanti
- Japanisch: 先へ進む
- Koreanisch: (…)을 시작하다
- Norwegisch: sette i gang
- Polnisch: pójść naprzód
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: iniciar
- Rumänisch: a continua
- Russisch: начинать
- Spanisch: seguir adelante
- Schwedisch: sätta i gång
- Thai: ทำต่อไปโดยไม่รีรอ
- Türkisch: önden gitmek
- Ukrainisch: розпочинати
- Vietnamesisch: tiến hành
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