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|present participle||going ahead|
|past tense||went ahead|
|past participle||gone ahead|
‘Go ahead,’ he insisted. ‘I won’t interrupt again.’
Go ahead and eat before everything gets cold.
The club will be going ahead with its plans for a new stadium in the summer.
You go ahead and we’ll wait here for Sally.
Don went ahead of the others to try to find help.
This is the British English definition of go ahead. View American English definition of go ahead.