progress to (something)

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progress to (something)

To reach a particular destination or outcome. We've finally progressed to the approval stage for our application. Fingers crossed! The opioid problem has progressed to a nationwide epidemic.
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progress to something

to reach all the way to something or some place. The crisis has progressed to its final stage. Things had progressed to a serious stage where nothing more could be done for him.
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But I wonder if our relationship could progress to something more.
"It sounds innocent enough," a police spokesman said, "but we fear it is only a matter of time before these individuals progress to something bigger."
"If someone catches their eye, there is a possibility for that kid to progress to something fantastic," says Alexandrou.
"If they are able to extend the moderate and conciliatory spirit with which they managed the conference further then we could progress to something positive.
To my surprise, she indicated that we might progress to something more than friendship if I did something about the amorphous mass of blubber south of my neck.
"He was very passionate and it was really exciting at first and I hoped it would progress to something more serious."
Whenever they have to move offices they progress to something more luxurious and comfortable, not to some steel shed in a field somewhere.
Nannina (11-2) put up an impressive performance on her racecourse debut under Jimmy Fortune in the EBF toteplacepot Maiden Fillies' Stakes and looks the type who will progress to something better.
However,the plan falls apart when their lawyer Alex becomes the object of Chuck's affections and the pair progress to something that is not the love that dare not speak its name.