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proceed /proceed/
  • nội động từ
    • tiến lên; theo đuổi; đi đến
      • to proceed to London: đi Luân-đôn
    • tiếp tục, tiếp diễn; tiếp tục nói
      • the story proceeds as follows: câu chuyện tiếp diễn như sau
      • proceed with your work!: cứ làm tiếp việc của anh đi!
      • lets's proceed to the next subject: chúng ta hãy chuyển sang vấn đề tiếp theo
    • làm, hành động
      • how shall we proceed?: chúng ta sẽ phải làm thế nào?
    • xuất phát, phát ra từ
      • our plan proceeded from the new development of the situation: kế hoạch của chúng ta xuất phát từ sự phát triển mới của tình hình
      • sobs heard to proceed from the next room: tiếng khóc nghe từ phòng bên đưa lại
    • to proceed against
      • (pháp lý) khởi tố, kiện
Concise Dictionary
proceeds|proceeded|proceedingprə'sɪːd
verb
+continue talking
+move ahead; travel onward in time or space
+follow a procedure or take a course
+follow a certain course
+continue a certain state, condition, or activity

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 Sometimes, proceed with. go or move (on or ahead or forward), advance, continue, progress, carry on, get or move along, get going or moving or under way, start, pass on, make progress or headway, push or press on or onward(s), forge ahead; resume, renew, go on with, pick up (where one left off):
Proceed to the T-junction, then turn left. If the membership committee has finished, let us proceed to the report of the finance committee. After the break, the performance will proceed
2 Often, proceed from or out of. result from, arise (from), come (from), stem from, spring from, develop (from), issue (from or forth), derive from, be derived (from), descend from, emerge (from), grow (from or out of), originate (in or from or with), begin (with), start (with or from):
The outcropping proceeds from glaciation and erosion. They say that more than half of a person's happiness proceeds from hope.
n.
3 proceeds. profit(s), gain, yield; income, receipts, return(s), gate, box office, US take:
The proceeds from the charity auction were better than ever this year.
proceeding
n.
1 measure, act, (course of) action, move, step, undertaking, deed, procedure, process, operation, transaction, manoeuvre, feat, accomplishment:
Grace Darling's rescue of the shipwrecked men was truly a heroic proceeding
2 proceedings.
(a) transactions, report(s), minutes, record(s), annals, affairs, dealings, business, account(s), archives, Formal acta:
The proceedings of the Society are published annually.
(b) events, goings-on, doings; celebration(s); performance(s):
The proceedings were briefly interrupted while the hecklers were ejected from the hall.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
1 [V] ~ (with sth) to continue doing sth that has already been started; to continue being done: We're not sure whether we still want to proceed with the sale. + Work is proceeding slowly. + He left detailed instructions about the best way to proceed.
2 [V to inf] to do sth next, after having done sth else first: He outlined his plans and then proceeded to explain them in more detail. + (humorous) Having said she wasn't hungry, she then proceeded to order a three-course meal.
3 [V +adv./prep.] (formal) to move or travel in a particular direction: The marchers proceeded slowly along the street. + Passengers for Rome should proceed to Gate 32 for boarding.
Phrasal Verbs: proceed against sb (law) to start a court case against sb: There was not enough evidence to proceed against him.
proceed from sth (formal) to be caused by or be the result of sth
Collocation Dictionary
verb

ADV.

apace, quickly, rapidly
Work is now proceeding apace.
| slowly | carefully, cautiously, with caution
It will be necessary to proceed with caution.
| smoothly, uneventfully | directly
In some cases appeals may proceed directly from the High Court to the House of Lords.
| further

VERB + PROCEED

be able to | decide to, intend to, wish to | allow sb/sth to, enable sb/sth to
This project cannot be allowed to proceed.
| instruct sb to
I will instruct my solicitor to proceed with the preparation of draft contracts.

PREP.

along
Proceed along the Botley Road.
| down, through, to
students who wish to proceed to university
| with
She decided not to proceed with the treatment.

PHRASES

proceed on the basis of sth
The council must proceed on the basis of the vote.



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