proceed ( proceeds plural & 3rd person present) ( proceeding present participle) ( proceeded past tense & past participle )
The verb is pronounced prəsi:d. The plural noun in meaning 5 is pronounced proʊsi:dz.
1 verb If you proceedto do something, you do it, often after doing something else first.
He proceeded to tell me of my birth... V to-inf
2 verb If you proceed with a course of action, you continue with it.
FORMAL The group proceeded with a march they knew would lead to bloodshed... V with n
The trial has been delayed until November because the defence is not ready to proceed. V
3 verb If an activity, process, or event proceeds, it goes on and does not stop.
The ideas were not new. Their development had proceeded steadily since the war... V
4 verb If you proceed in a particular direction, you go in that direction.
She climbed the steps and proceeded along the upstairs hallway... V prep/adv
The freighter was allowed to proceed after satisfying them that it was not breaking sanctions. V
5 n-plural The proceeds of an event or activity are the money that has been obtained from it.
the N, oft the N of/from n
Traducción diccionario Collins Inglés Cobuild
1 advance, carry on, continue, get going, get on with, get under way with, go ahead, go on, make a start, move on, press on, progress, set in motion
2 arise, come, derive, emanate, ensue, flow, follow, issue, originate, result, spring, stem
1 break off, cease, discontinue, end, get behind, halt, leave off, pack in (Brit. informal) retreat, stop
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