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Spanish translation of “proceed”

proceed

verb /prəˈsiːd, ˈprousiːd/
to go on; to continue
proseguir, continuar; avanzar
They proceeded along the road They proceeded with their work.
to follow a course of action
proceder; actuar
I want to make a cupboard, but I don’t know how to proceed.
to begin (to do something)
empezar (a)
They proceeded to ask a lot of questions.
to result
provenir de
Fear often proceeds from ignorance.
to take legal action (against)
proceder contra
The police decided not to proceed against her.
proceedings noun plural the things said and done at a meeting of a society etc
actas
a copy of the proceedings
a legal action
proceso
We shall start proceedings against him if the bill is not paid.
proceeds /ˈprəusiːdz/ noun plural money or profit made (from a sale etc)
ingresos, ganancias
They gave the proceeds of the sale to charity.
(Definition of proceed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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