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push ahead

phrasal verb with push uk   us   /pʊʃ/ verb
to ​continue with an ​activity in a ​determined or ​enthusiastic way, ​especially when it is ​difficult or makes you ​feeltired: They have ​decided to ​pushahead with the ​legalaction.
(Definition of push ahead from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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push ahead

phrasal verb with push uk   us   /pʊʃ/ verb
[I or T] (also push forward) to continue with an ​activity in a ​determined or enthusiastic way, especially when it is difficult: pushahead with sth Now he's fully ​qualified he can ​pushahead his ​career.
[I] STOCK MARKET, FINANCE to ​increase in ​value or ​price: The ​sharespushedahead 7p to 111.5p.
(Definition of push ahead from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “push ahead”
in Chinese (Simplified) (坚定地)继续进行,大力推进…
in Chinese (Traditional) (堅定地)繼續進行,大力推進…
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