go aheadphrasal verb

  • ja進める、進む、始める、行われる
  • ento begin, proceed, or be carried out

Examples

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You're afraid that if somebody were to get too close to you,
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they might actually find out the truth.
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That Celia Lieberman, she's boring.
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You wanna push me away?
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Go ahead, 'cause we're through, baby.
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We are done, we are —
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How's that for a defense mechanism?
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- You like this woman, right? - Well, yeah.
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- You wanna see her again, right? - Sure.
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Well, if you can't talk dirty to me, how you gonna talk dirty to her?
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Now, tell me you wanna caress my butt!
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Okay. Turn around.
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I just don't want you staring at me when I'm doing this.
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Alright, alright, alright.
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- I'm not looking. Go ahead. - Okay. Okay.
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I want...
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Okay. I wanna feel your hot, soft skin with my lips.
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Okay, I can see this isn’t going to work.
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I’ll just tell my uncle that you weren’t receptive to my help!
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Go ahead! Tell your uncle!
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Tell your mama too!
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I can teach myself and get back on the team! Huh!
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Wait, who’s your uncle?
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Tom Reilly.
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Perhaps you know him.
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He coaches basketball, at your school.
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I begged them not to.
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- Mm-hmm. - I know you specifically put this song on your "do not play" list.
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Yes, I did.
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I'm sorry.
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Go ahead. I think it's your turn.
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Okay, now, go ahead, take a sip of your whiskeys and shout out any notes you taste.
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I taste grapes!
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After you tried it.
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I want everyone to know that after a long talk with Max last night,
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I have decided to go ahead and try to like you.
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That is achievable!
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We've detected some unusual activity on your credit card.
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Oh, man. Do you think it was stolen?
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First, would you mind verifying your home address?
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Yes.
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383 Linden Ave., Scranton, PA.
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And may I have the last 4 digits of your Social Security?
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6-6-5-0.
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Well, Mr. Halpert, you're obviously not in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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- Wait a minute. Yes, I am. - I'm going to go ahead and put a hold on your card.
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No. I think that we should let the criminal use the card a little longer.
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Very funny, sir.
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- We'll get a new card out to you right away. - No—
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Have a nice day, and thank you.
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Shoot.
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Do you wanna give a speech?
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Yeah, um—
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Go ahead.
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You know, I had to—
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I climbed a lot of stairs to get to where I am today.
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And I needed the help, not of someone, but of something.