go ahead with (something)

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go ahead with (something)

To proceed or continue with something. Oh, we're going ahead with our weekend plans—I refuse to let a little rain stop us!
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"The decision to go ahead with the show has been made by the Genting Arena in Birmingham, together with all the local authorities involved in public safety.
We have told the Israeli government that if they go ahead with their decision there will be a strong reaction."
Mr Baugh was seeking permission at the tribunal preliminary hearing to go ahead with his compensation claims for constructive unfair dismissal and unpaid wages against his former employers.
Tribunal judge Mr Ron Hutchinson said he was satisfied Mr Baugh had been an employee and that he could go ahead with his claims at a full hearing later this year.
DF Concerts, who promoted Wednesday's Scissor Sisters gig at the SECC, have asked us to clarify that they did not defy police advice to go ahead with the concert.
"If we had been advised by police not to go ahead with the gig due to public safety reasons, it would have been cancelled - plain and simple.
Global Banking News-20 March 2009-Venezuela to go ahead with nationalisation of Santander bank unit(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Venezuela is planning to go ahead with the nationalisation of a bank unit of Santander (SAN.MC).
The president of the country, Hugo Chavez, said that the government would go ahead with the nationalisation move.
Yesterday the bride and her dad, Harry, spoke of the tough decision to go ahead with the ceremony at Kirkton Church in Carluke, Lanarkshire.
Global Banking News-20 February 2009-BNP may go ahead with Fortis buyout(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
According to the chairman of Belgium-based Fortis (FORB.BR), Jozef De Mey, BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA) is likely to go ahead with the purchase of Fortis' assets.
Plans are under way to go ahead with one of South Wales' biggest agricultural shows with livestock despite the foot-and-mouth outbreak.