go forward with (something)

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go forward with (something)

To continue or proceed, especially despite problems or challenges. Oh, we're going forward with our weekend plans—I refuse to let a little rain stop us!
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go forward with something

Fig. to continue with something; to do something that is planned. We will go forward with our plans. Let's go forward with the plan.
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"In general I would say we have some concerns, but we are hoping that through the regulatory process, they will be ironed out, they will be coordinated with what we are able to do with the state, and we will be able to go forward with something that makes sense," University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert Caret told the Senate's Education, Business and Administration Subcommittee of the Budget and Taxation Committee.
"It will help us go forward with something positive out of something very negative," said Mrs Coen.
A Keith needs to go forward with something this year that will really pay off for him!
He is currently negotiating a new album ('It's about getting people to go forward with something new, something powerful, not just a commercial product') and thankfully has no plans to retire yet.
Checco says, "There is a huge distinction to be made when someone asks me to go forward with something gun-related as opposed to something concerning Second Amendment rights.