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go further

1. To make a bolder statement about something being discussed; to say the thing that others have refused or been reluctant to say. I would go even further and say that he never loved you at all!
2. To stretch the quantity or amount of something. Make sure that each person only gets one ladle of soup—that'll make it go further.
See also: further, go
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go ˈfurther


1 say more about something, or make a more extreme point about it: I would go even further and suggest that the entire government is corrupt.
2 last longer; serve more people: They watered down the soup to make it go further.
See also: further, go
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Summary: The move goes further than a previously announced ban on direct flights between the UAE and Qatar.
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In his invaluable, wide-ranging apparatus, Bush cites most of the classical and a few neo-Latin sources, but Revard goes further than Bush in showing how Milton's development of originally Classical genres, structures, and themes, as well as verbal echoes and images, was influenced by Neolatin intermediaries.
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This is what causes artist and spectator to become one figure, the same person: It is this threshold, a real borderline, that allows us to perceive that ray of light--the image of the work--before it goes further, losing intensity in the room behind us, amid worldly things." Paolini reproposes the traditional notion of the painting as "window," as a representation of the space, codified and delimited by its surface, outline, and frame.
Agency for International Development (USAID) goes further, seeing promoting effective democratic governance as central to fostering economic development.