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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Governor Sindh further stated that work is going ahead with a faster pace on mega projects like Mass Transit Programme, S-III and K-IV whose completion would provide relief to the people.
Summary: Max Mosley, former president of the Formula One governing body, has said going ahead with the Bahrain Grand Prix is not acceptable.
The developments come after The Journal yesterday revealed that campaigners are going ahead with a mass letter-writing campaign aimed at saving the scheme - while acknowledging it is highly unlikely to go ahead.
I AM an avid concert goer and I think the criticism that Frankie Boyle and the Scissor Sisters have received for going ahead with their gigs is a bit much.
Kitchener, ON -- A family and psychological counselling agency, the Catholic Family Counselling Centre, is going ahead with plans to have former U.
The legalistic, litigious NIMBYs have seized upon an ambiguity in a 10-year-old law that they say bans the MTA from going ahead with the busway's development.
But if the pulmonary pressure is still too high, going ahead with internal repairs to the heart at that time can cause the heart to fail.