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forge ahead

Meaning: to make rapid progress toward a goal

For example:

  • forge ahead The festival's organizers are forging ahead and they're confident it'll be the biggest music festival ever.

  • forge ahead The President was determined to forge ahead with his reforms despite the problems he was facing.

Quick Quiz:

We forged ahead with our research project after we
  1. failed to get funding
  2. got the funding
  3. realised it would fail

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