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“Go ahead”

A phrase used in pilot-controller radio transmissions, meaning “Proceed with your message.” This is normally in reply to “Ready to copy?” The term should not be used for any other purpose.
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Yesterday the bride and her dad, Harry, spoke of the tough decision to go ahead with the ceremony at Kirkton Church in Carluke, Lanarkshire.
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Jermaine Copeland told the assembled media to go ahead and blow up his accomplishments in Saturday night's return of outdoor professional football to Los Angeles.