Giving Go Ahead
Pronunciation of Giving Go Ahead
/ɡˈɪvɪŋ ɡˌə͡ʊ ɐhˈɛd/, /ɡˈɪvɪŋ ɡˌəʊ ɐhˈɛd/, /ɡ_ˈɪ_v_ɪ_ŋ ɡ_ˌəʊ ɐ_h_ˈɛ_d/
Antonyms for giving go ahead:
condemn, decline, demur, denounce, deny, disagree, disallow, disapprove, dispute, dissent, forbid, hinder, hold, impede, keep, obstruct, oppose, prevent, protest, refuse, reject, repel, repudiate, resist, veto. blackball, discard, renounce. contend, contradict, differ, object. prohibit, withhold, withstand, Unauthorize. destroy, discourage, disprove, dissuade, invalidate. annul, cancel, confuse, discredit, refute, void. attack, censure, criticize, halt. revoke.
Synonyms for giving go ahead:
accept, acquiesce, admit, allow, assent, cave in, comply, concede, concur, cooperate, endorse, fold, grant, let, okay, permit, subscribe, throw in the towel, yield, enter into, go along with, play ball, be game for, give the go-ahead, give the green light, roll over and play dead, cry uncle.
accede, acknowledge, adopt, affirm, approve, assume, avow, bear, buy, check out, go for, lap up, recognize, sign, take on, undertake, agree to, sign off on, concur with, cooperate with, thumbs up, give stamp of approval, give the nod, set store by, take one up on, rubber-stamp.
buy into, check, consent, engage, pass on, see eye to eye, set, settle, yes, side with, come to terms, shake on, be of the same mind, clinch the deal, give blessing, give carte blanche, give green light, make a deal, bury the hatchet, cut a deal.
accord, accredit, authorize, brook, certify, commission, empower, endure, favor, indulge, license, live with, oblige, pass, release, sanction, stand, suffer, support, take kindly to, tolerate, warrant, put up with, hear of, hold with, give leave, give permission, be big, free up, give a blank check, grant permission, sit still for.
advocate, agree, back, bless, boost, charter, confirm, dig, encourage, establish, get behind, groove, maintain, mandate, pronounce, ratify, recommend, seal, second, subscribe to, uphold, validate, push for, make law, give go-ahead, hats off to, make valid, stump for.
back up, champion, commend, countenance, defend, go with, guarantee, praise, push, sustain, underwrite, stand behind, stand up for, go to bat for, vouch for, give a boost to, give one's word, lend one's name to.