go ahead

listen to the pronunciation of go ahead
Englisch - Türkisch
Buyur!

Sizin kaleminizi kullanabilir miyim? Tabii, buyurun. - May I use your pencil? Sure go ahead.

Önden buyuralım ve yiyelim. - Let's go ahead and eat.

ilerlemek

İlerlemek ve faturayı hemen ödemek sanırım mantıklı olur. - I suppose it makes sense to go ahead and pay the bill right now.

(Havacılık) devam edin
(Dilbilim) işe koyulmak
sürmek
ilerleyen
(Dilbilim) ilk adımı atmak
(Dilbilim) yola çıkmak
ileri gitmek
başlamak
ilerle

İlerlemek ve faturayı hemen ödemek sanırım mantıklı olur. - I suppose it makes sense to go ahead and pay the bill right now.

İlerleyin ve Tom'a sorun. - Go ahead and ask Tom.

devam etmek
önde gitmek
önden buyurmak
gelişmek
öne geçmek
Devam et!

Söyleyecek bir şeyin varsa devam et ve söyle. - If you have something to say, go ahead and say it.

Kesinlikle. Devam et. - By all means. Go ahead.

of -den önce gitmek
buyrun
devam et

Devam et ve hediye paketini aç. - Go ahead and unwrap your gift.

Devam etmelisin ve onu yapmalısın, tam yapacağını söylediğin gibi. - You should go ahead and do it, just like you said you would.

buyur!
enerjik ve girişken
(Bilgisayar) yürütmek
girgin
izin
yenilikçi
açıkgöz
girişimci
go ahead of
(Dilbilim) -in önünde gitmek
go ahead of
-den önce gitmek
go ahead with
işbirliği yapmak
go ahead!
önden buyurmak
go ahead!
başlama izni
go ahead!
durma
go ahead!
öne geçmek
go ahead!
önde gitmek
go ahead!
yenilikçi
go ahead!
tabii ki
go ahead!
devam etmek
go ahead!
gelişmek
go ahead!
devam işareti
go ahead!
ilerici
go ahead!
önden buyrun
go ahead!
haydi
Englisch - Englisch
To proceed; to begin

Go ahead and eat without me. I expect to be very late.

go on, continue (Internet)
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proceed (with a plan oc action); "He went ahead with the project"
proceed (with a plan oc action); "He went ahead with the project
If a process or an organized event goes ahead, it takes place or is carried out. The event will go ahead as planned in Sheffield next summer
If someone goes ahead with something, they begin to do it or make it, especially after planning, promising, or asking permission to do it. The district board will vote today on whether to go ahead with the plan
A score which gives the scoring team or player the lead in the game

The pitcher gave up the go-ahead run in the top of the ninth inning.

Progressive; exerting leadership

This turbulent ruler was a very go-ahead monarch indeed. He organised a splendid army, well-drilled and well-equipped with modern arms.

Approval, agreement, or instruction to begin or proceed

You can start as soon as you get the go-ahead from the president.

Go ahead of
run ahead
go ahead with
carry out, perform
go ahead!
keep going!; go! forward!
go-ahead
readiness to embark on bold new ventures
go-ahead
a signal to proceed
go-ahead
If you give someone or something the go-ahead, you give them permission to start doing something. The Greek government today gave the go-ahead for five major road schemes Don't do any major repair work until you get the go-ahead from your insurers
go-ahead
A go-ahead person or organization tries hard to succeed, often by using new methods. Fairview Estate is one of the oldest and the most go-ahead wine producers in South Africa. give (sb) the go-ahead/get the go-ahead to give or be given permission to start doing something. using new methods or ideas and therefore likely to succeed
to go ahead
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go ahead
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