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Procede vs. Proceed

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Procedeverb

misspelling of proceed

Proceedverb

(intransitive) To move, pass, or go forward or onward; to advance; to carry on

‘To proceed on a journey.’;

Procedenoun

Manner of proceeding, method; an instance of this; a procedure, a device.

Proceedverb

(intransitive) To pass from one point, topic, or stage, to another.

‘To proceed with a story or argument.’;

Proceedverb

(intransitive) To come from (have as the source or origin)

‘Light proceeds from the sun.’;

Proceedverb

(intransitive) To go on in an orderly or regulated manner; to begin and carry on a series of acts or measures; to act methodically

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Proceedverb

(intransitive) To be transacted; to take place; to occur.

Proceedverb

To be applicable or effective; to be valid.

Proceedverb

To begin and carry on a legal process. en

Proceedverb

To move, pass, or go forward or onward; to advance; to continue or renew motion begun; as, to proceed on a journey.

‘If thou proceed in this thy insolence.’;

Proceedverb

To pass from one point, topic, or stage, to another; as, to proceed with a story or argument.

Proceedverb

To issue or come forth as from a source or origin; to come from; as, light proceeds from the sun.

‘I proceeded forth and came from God.’; ‘It proceeds from policy, not love.’;

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Proceedverb

To go on in an orderly or regulated manner; to begin and carry on a series of acts or measures; to act by method; to prosecute a design.

‘He that proceeds upon other principles in his inquiry.’;

Proceedverb

To be transacted; to take place; to occur.

‘He will, after his sour fashion, tell youWhat hath proceeded worthy note to-day.’;

Proceedverb

To have application or effect; to operate.

‘This rule only proceeds and takes place when a person can not of common law condemn another by his sentence.’;

Proceedverb

To begin and carry on a legal process.

Proceednoun

See Proceeds.

Proceedverb

continue with one's activities;

‘I know it's hard,’; ‘but there is no choice’; ‘carry on--pretend we are not in the room’;

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Proceedverb

move ahead; travel onward in time or space;

‘We proceeded towards Washington’; ‘She continued in the direction of the hills’; ‘We are moving ahead in time now’;

Proceedverb

follow a procedure or take a course;

‘We should go farther in this matter’; ‘She went through a lot of trouble’; ‘go about the world in a certain manner’; ‘Messages must go through diplomatic channels’;

Proceedverb

follow a certain course;

‘The inauguration went well’; ‘how did your interview go?’;

Proceedverb

continue a certain state, condition, or activity;

‘Keep on working!’; ‘We continued to work into the night’; ‘Keep smiling’; ‘We went on working until well past midnight’;

Proceedverb

begin a course of action

‘the consortium could proceed with the plan’;

Proceedverb

do something after something else

‘opposite the front door was a staircase which I proceeded to climb’;

Proceedverb

(of an action) carry on or continue

‘my studies are proceeding well’;

Proceedverb

start a lawsuit against someone

‘he may still be able to proceed against the contractor under negligence rules’;

Proceedverb

move forward

‘from the High Street, proceed over Magdalen Bridge’;

Proceedverb

advance to a higher rank, status, or education

‘he did not proceed to university in his seventeenth year’;

Proceedverb

originate from

‘his claim that all power proceeded from God’;

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