English version

go forward to/into

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo forward to/intogo forward to/intoto successfully complete one stage of a competition so that you are able to compete in the next stage South Korea went forward into the next round of the World Cup. forward
Examples from the Corpus
go forward to/intoFinally she left her seat and went forward to accept the Lord, leaving her Bible on the seat.When, later in the service, she went forward to accept the Lord, what did she think she was accepting?Rex must have gone forward to deal with the foresail.Smiling shyly, she went forward to meet them.Trent gathered it and wrapped it with ties to the boom before going forward to raise the storm jib.Quietly she went forward to the edge of the trees.Lily went forward to the wings and looked at the set.
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