go on


go on
v.

1) (d; intr.) ('to advance') to go on to (to go on to greater accomplishments)

2) (D; intr.) ('to continue') to go on with (they went on with their work)

3) (E) ('to advance') she went on to become dean

4) (G) ('to continue') he went right on typing

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['gəʊ'ɒn]
(E) ('to advance') she went on to become dean
(G) ('to continue') he went right on typing
(D; intr.) ('to continue') to go on with (they went on with their work)
(d; intr.) ('to advance') to go on to (to go on to greater accomplishments)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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