What is proceed?

  • (verb): Move ahead; travel onward in time or space.
    Synonyms: go forward, continue
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on proceed:

Jyväskylä Rail Accident - Causes
... It contained a number signal as a complement to the expect 35 or proceed 35 aspects to allow higher speeds, such as 80 or 110 km/h (50 or 68 mph) ...
Proceed-to-select
... In telecommunications, proceed-to-select is a signal or event in the call-access phase of a data call, which signal or event confirms the reception of a call-request signal and advises the ... Examples of proceed-to-select pertain to a dial tone in a telephone system ...
Swedish Railway Signalling - Main Signals
... huvudsignaler) display the following aspects Stop Proceed 80 km/h Proceed 40 km/h, caution Proceed 80 km/h, expect stop Proceed 80 km/h, expect proceed 80 km/h Proceed 80 km/h, expect proceed 40 km/h Proceed 40 ... Proceed 80 (Kör 80) authorises the driver to pass the signal at 80 km/h or at a higher speed given by the ATC system ... Proceed 40, caution (Kör 40, varsamhet) authorises the driver to pass the signal at 40 km/h (25 mph) or at a higher speed given by the ATC system ...
List Of Solty Rei Characters - R.U.C. Personnel
... Special Security Division (PROCEED Team) ... Her PROCEED suit is pink and can increase her speed to superhuman levels, but it taxes her to do this more than three times successively ... Rose took over Integra's job as the leader of the PROCEED Team, Sylvia challenges Rose to a duel in their armour ...
Public-interest Litigation (India) - Further Considerations
... The court may proceed suo motu, or cases can proceed on the petition of an individual or group ... Courts may also proceed on the basis of letters written to them, or newspaper reports ...

More definitions of "proceed":

  • (verb): Follow a procedure or take a course.
    Synonyms: go, move
  • (verb): Follow a certain course.
    Synonyms: go

Famous quotes containing the word proceed:

    An aesthetic movement with a revolutionary dynamism and no popular appeal should proceed quite otherwise than by public scandal, publicity stunt, noisy expulsion and excommunication.
    Cyril Connolly (1903–1974)

    Afflicted with existence, each man endures like an animal the consequences which proceed from it. Thus, in a world where everything is detestable, hatred becomes huger than the world and, having transcended its object, cancels itself out.
    E.M. Cioran (b. 1911)

    I also believe that few people remain completely untouched by the thought that instead of the life they lead there might also be another, where all actions proceed from a very personal state of excitement. Where actions have meanings, not just causes. And where a person, to use a trivial word, is happy, and not just nervously tormenting himself.
    Robert Musil (1880–1942)