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English definition of “press ahead/on”

press ahead/on

phrasal verb with press
 
 
/pres/ verb [I or T]
to start or continue doing something in a determined way, although it is difficult: press ahead/on with sth Most of the delegates said they wanted to press ahead with the talks. The phone company intends to press on with the arrangement.
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