Translation of go-ahead in Spanish:


emprendedor, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɡoʊ əˌhɛd//ˈɡəʊəhɛd/



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    (person) emprendedor
    (person) decidido
    (person) con empuje
    (company) dinámico
    (attitude) emprendedor
    (attitude) decidido
    (attitude) positivo
    • A go-ahead Bradford business pioneering a radical new energy drink is being backed by a West Yorkshire business initiative.
    • Friday I am seeing some very go-ahead graphic designers in North Walsham who have come up with some very innovative campaigning ideas.
    • To the right of us, the young, go-ahead dynamic couple with a kid that is only 5 but is already signed up to play for Liverpool F.C. have just had their entire front garden block paved.
    • They're becoming a very strong branch with some very go-ahead people.
    • It must have wounded this ambitious, go-ahead politician obviously determined to make his mark on the world with his innovative ideas.
    • Last year the go-ahead Club opened another nine holes, giving 27 holes in total.
    • Committee member and Blackley MP Graham Stringer, ex-chairman of Manchester Airport, said it was seen as one of the most go-ahead airports.
    • There have been major improvements to the eighteen hole course in recent years and it is expected the new facilities will attract many new members to the go-ahead club.
    • It's a dynamic, go-ahead set of people Ken Livingstone's going to be in charge of.
    • David C used to be a trendy go-ahead researcher in Central Office and very cliquey.
    • Basingstoke is a go-ahead place and the community should not hide its light under a bushel.
    • Though the real world's rough edges may be feeling pretty abrasive, this is still a gung-ho go-ahead time for Fish.
    • For many years John was a Director of Listowel Race Company Limited - a real go-ahead man all out to improve Listowel Races in every way possible.
    • ‘Manchester, an exciting, go-ahead city, is well geared up for it,’ said the Prime Minister.
    • If a man acts in a particular way then they are seen as being ambitious, go-ahead, and driven.
    • Both are go-ahead characters who know what they have to do to reach the top and are prepared to make the sacrifices.
    • If we can consolidate we'll do well, but we are a go-ahead club, we've had to be to get this far.
    • Blackpool has always been a go-ahead place and in recent years successful attempts have been made to extend the season.
    • There is a go-ahead spirit which is extremely stimulating… a feeling that anything can be achieved.
    • I think it's a hard-working school with go-ahead ideas and it is fun to be part of it.


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    to give sb/sth the go-ahead darle luz verde / el visto bueno a algn/algo
    • we got the go-ahead for our plans dieron luz verde / el visto bueno a nuestros planes
    • Sligo County Council recently gave the planning go-ahead for the complex on the Eastern side of Dublin road.
    • It was suggested last week that the £800 million scheme had been given the go-ahead by the local authority.
    • However, I'm bloody amazed we gave the go-ahead for the export licence.
    • But work was halted after a public outcry, and in what would be a major U-turn by the authority, members are expected to give the go-ahead for the berms to be ripped up.
    • The procedure had never been carried out in the UK, but the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority gave them the go-ahead.
    • A planning inspector has given the go-ahead for the site of a former jam factory at Easterton to be developed, despite fears over safety.
    • If approved, the go-ahead will be given to a full-scale feasibility study.
    • In a Commons written reply, he gave the go-ahead for 30 authorities to pilot new ways of voting or counting in local and mayoral polls on May 2.
    • Windermere is to get nine new affordable homes after the Lake District National Park Authority gave the go-ahead for a development at Lickbarrow Road.
    • Following the bizarre events at Old Trafford, it seems just a matter of time before the authorities give the go-ahead for the introduction of video technology.
    • Doncaster Council chiefs are expected to give the go-ahead at a planning meeting next week, which could see work beginning before the end of the year.
    • Last week, too, environmentalists were incensed by go-aheads for logging in protected forests and oil-drilling on a beach with a colony of rare sea turtles.
    • Oldham subsequently got the go-ahead from Jefferson to proceed with the building of Pavilion I.
    • The company has failed to get the final go-ahead from the authorities, however, despite Reynolds's no doubt excellent contacts.
    • Kildare County council has given the go-ahead for planning permission to relocate the State laboratories from Abbotstown to Backweston.
    • According to the planning inspector's decision that gave the centre the go-ahead in November last year after a public inquiry, 16 men are coming.
    • Today we got the final go-aheads and completed procedural formalities for our documentary on the Armenian Church.
    • Detailed plans of the development have now been lodged for planning approval following the go-ahead from local area councillors.
    • At a meeting held last Thursday, Shipley Area Planning Panel gave the go-ahead for the meeting house on the former Acacia House Hotel site.
    • About 88 parking spaces are also to be created for the flats if the scheme is given the final go-ahead by planning bosses.