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Translation of "go ahead" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

go ahead

phrasal verb with go /ɡəʊ/ US  /ɡoʊ/ verb ( present participle going, past tense went, past participle gone)
to start to do something 開始做;著手做 We've received permission to go ahead with the music festival in spite of opposition from local residents. 儘管受到當地居民反對,我們還是獲准開始著手籌備音樂節。 I got so fed up with waiting for him to do it that I just went ahead and did it myself. 我等他等得實在不耐煩了,所以就乾脆自己動手把事做完了。 Starting and beginningStarting again informal said to someone in order to give them permission to start to do something (用於給別人許可)進行,開始,做 "Could I ask you a rather personal question?" "Sure, go ahead." 「我可以問您一個私人問題嗎?」「當然,問吧。」 Allowing and permitting If an event goes ahead, it happens 發生;進行 The festival is now going ahead as planned. 慶祝活動現在正按計劃進行。 Occurring and happening
(Definition of go ahead phrasal verb, verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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