move forward with

move forward with

1. To advance forward while simultaneously causing someone or something to advance forward as well. The player moved forward with the ball and kicked it toward the net. The man moved forward with his three children through the crowd.
2. To begin undertaking, developing, or making progress in some activity or project as planned. We've had some setbacks, but it's important that we keep moving forward with our original idea. We can move forward with construction as soon as we have the necessary permits.
See also: forward, move

move forward with something

to advance with something; to make progress with something. Let us try to move forward with this matter at once. I want to move forward with the project at a fast pace.
See also: forward, move
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We want to move forward with US but our concerns should be addressed, ' he said.
We move forward with our interim management plan that provides internal support, coordination, and cooperation between the national office staff, the national Board of Directors and the NAI members.
While the investors are present as a group, there is leeway for independent partnerships, as individual investors can choose to move forward with an entrepreneur if a presentation grabbed their interest.
The province doesn't plan to move forward with Best Start however until the federal Budget clears all the Parliamentary hurdles.
With proof of concept in hand, the investigators can move forward with learning how to get the most out of this latest agent against HIV.
The report encourages NARA to move forward with a careful, modular procurement plan, starting with many small pilot programs to address focused aspects of the overall problem and then pulling together the pieces in the future.
It is very good that trade is going forward, but, I would want that other things to move forward with the same speed".