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go

  
[1]  
      vb   , goes, going, went, gone   mainly intr  
1    to move or proceed, esp. to or from a point or in a certain direction  
to go to London, to go home     
2    tr; takes an infinitive, often with to omitted or replaced by: and   to proceed towards a particular person or place with some specified intention or purpose  
I must go and get that book     
3    to depart  
we'll have to go at eleven     
4    to start, as in a race: often used in commands  
5    to make regular journeys  
this train service goes to the east coast     
6    to operate or function effectively  
the radio won't go     
7    copula   to become  
his face went red with embarrassment     
8    to make a noise as specified  
the gun went bang     
9    to enter into a specified state or condition  
to go into hysterics, to go into action     
10    to be or continue to be in a specified state or condition  
to go in rags, to go in poverty     
11    to lead, extend, or afford access  
this route goes to the north     
12    to proceed towards an activity  
to go to supper, to go to sleep     
13    tr; takes an infinitive   to serve or contribute  
this letter goes to prove my point     
14    to follow a course as specified; fare  
the lecture went badly     
15    to be applied or allotted to a particular purpose or recipient  
her wealth went to her son, his money went on drink     
16    to be sold or otherwise transferred to a recipient  
the necklace went for three thousand pounds     
17    to be ranked; compare  
this meal is good as my meals go     
18    to blend or harmonize  
these chairs won't go with the rest of your furniture     
19    foll by: by or under   to be known (by a name or disguise)  
20    to fit or extend  
that skirt won't go round your waist     
21    to have a usual or proper place  
those books go on this shelf     
22    (of music, poetry, etc.) to be sounded; expressed, etc.  
how does that song go?     
23    to fail or give way  
my eyesight is going     
24    to break down or collapse abruptly  
the ladder went at the critical moment     
25    to die  
the old man went at 2 a.m     
26    often foll by: by  
a    (of time) to elapse  
the hours go by so slowly at the office     
b    to travel past  
the train goes by her house at four     
c    to be guided (by)  
27    to occur  
happiness does not always go with riches     
28    to be eliminated, abolished, or given up  
this entry must go to save space     
29    to be spent or finished  
all his money has gone     
30    to circulate or be transmitted  
the infection went around the whole community     
31    to attend  
go to school, go to church     
32    to join a stated profession  
go to the bar, go on the stage     
33    foll by: to   to have recourse (to); turn  
to go to arbitration     
34    foll by: to   to subject or put oneself (to)  
she goes to great pains to please him     
35    to proceed, esp. up to or beyond certain limits  
you will go too far one day and then you will be punished     
36    to be acceptable or tolerated  
anything goes in this place     
37    to carry the weight of final authority  
what the boss says goes     
38    foll by: into   to be contained in  
four goes into twelve three times     
39    often foll by: for   to endure or last out  
we can't go for much longer without water in this heat     
40    tr     (Cards)   to bet or bid  
I go two hearts     
41    tr  
Informal     (chiefly U.S.)   to have as one's weight  
I went 112 pounds a year ago     
42      (U.S. and Canadian)   usually used in commands; takes an infinitive without: to  
a    to start to act so as to  
go shut the door     
b    to leave so as to  
go blow your brains out     
43    Informal   to perform well; be successful  
that group can really go     
44    tr  
Not standard   to say: widely used, esp. in the historic present, in reporting dialogue  
Then she goes, ``Give it to me!'' and she just snatched it     
45    go and  
Informal   to be so foolish or unlucky as to  
then she had to go and lose her hat     
46    be going   to intend or be about to start (to do or be doing something): often used as an alternative future construction  
what's going to happen to us?     
47    go ape  
Slang   to become crazy, enraged, or out of control  
48    go ape over  
Slang   to become crazy or extremely enthusiastic about  
49    go astray   to be mislaid; go missing  
50    go bail   to act as surety  
51    go bush      See       bush       13  
52    go halves      See       half       15  
53    go hard   often foll by: with   to cause trouble or unhappiness (to)  
54    go it  
Slang   to do something or move energetically  
55    go it alone  
Informal   to act or proceed without allies or help  
56    go much on  
Informal   to approve of or be in agreement with (something): usually used in the negative  
I don't go much on the idea     
57    go one better  
Informal   to surpass or outdo (someone)  
58    go the whole hog  
Informal      See       hog       9  
59    let go  
a    to relax one's hold (on); release  
b    Euphemistic   to dismiss (from employment)  
c    to discuss or consider no further  
60    let oneself go  
a    to act in an uninhibited manner  
b    to lose interest in one's appearance, manners, etc.  
61    to go  
a    remaining  
b      (U.S. and Canadian)  
informal   (of food served by a restaurant) for taking away  
      n   pl   , goes  
62    the act of going  
63    Informal  
a    an attempt or try  
he had a go at the stamp business     
b    an attempt at stopping a person suspected of a crime  
the police are not always in favour of the public having a go     
c    an attack, esp. verbal  
she had a real go at them     
64    a turn  
it's my go next     
65    Informal   the quality of being active and energetic  
she has much more go than I     
66    Informal   hard or energetic work  
it's all go     
67    Informal   a successful venture or achievement  
he made a go of it     
68    Informal   a bout or attack (of an illness)  
he had a bad go of flu last winter     
69    Informal   an unforeseen, usually embarrassing or awkward, turn of events  
here's a rum go     
70    Informal   a bargain or agreement  
71    all the go  
Informal   very popular; in fashion  
72    from the word go  
Informal   from the very beginning  
73       See       get-up-and-go  
74    no go  
Informal   impossible; abortive or futile  
it's no go, I'm afraid     
75    on the go  
Informal   active and energetic  
      adj  
76    postpositive  
Informal   functioning properly and ready for action: esp. used in astronautics  
all systems are go        (See also)        go about       go against       go ahead       go along       go around       go at       go away       go back       go by       go down       go for       go forth       go in       going       go into       gone       go off       go on       go out       go over       go through       go to       go together       go under       go up       go with       go without  
     (Old English gan; related to Old High German gen, Greek kikhanein to reach, Sanskrit jahati he forsakes)  
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GO     (Military)  
      abbrev. for   general order  


get-up-and-go  
      n  
Informal   energy, drive, or ambition  
go   [1]  
      vb   , goes, going, went, gone   mainly intr  
1    to move or proceed, esp. to or from a point or in a certain direction  
to go to London, to go home     
2    tr; takes an infinitive, often with to omitted or replaced by: and   to proceed towards a particular person or place with some specified intention or purpose  
I must go and get that book     
3    to depart  
we'll have to go at eleven     
4    to start, as in a race: often used in commands  
5    to make regular journeys  
this train service goes to the east coast     
6    to operate or function effectively  
the radio won't go     
7    copula   to become  
his face went red with embarrassment     
8    to make a noise as specified  
the gun went bang     
9    to enter into a specified state or condition  
to go into hysterics, to go into action     
10    to be or continue to be in a specified state or condition  
to go in rags, to go in poverty     
11    to lead, extend, or afford access  
this route goes to the north     
12    to proceed towards an activity  
to go to supper, to go to sleep     
13    tr; takes an infinitive   to serve or contribute  
this letter goes to prove my point     
14    to follow a course as specified; fare  
the lecture went badly     
15    to be applied or allotted to a particular purpose or recipient  
her wealth went to her son, his money went on drink     
16    to be sold or otherwise transferred to a recipient  
the necklace went for three thousand pounds     
17    to be ranked; compare  
this meal is good as my meals go     
18    to blend or harmonize  
these chairs won't go with the rest of your furniture     
19    foll by: by or under   to be known (by a name or disguise)  
20    to fit or extend  
that skirt won't go round your waist     
21    to have a usual or proper place  
those books go on this shelf     
22    (of music, poetry, etc.) to be sounded; expressed, etc.  
how does that song go?     
23    to fail or give way  
my eyesight is going     
24    to break down or collapse abruptly  
the ladder went at the critical moment     
25    to die  
the old man went at 2 a.m     
26    often foll by: by  
a    (of time) to elapse  
the hours go by so slowly at the office     
b    to travel past  
the train goes by her house at four     
c    to be guided (by)  
27    to occur  
happiness does not always go with riches     
28    to be eliminated, abolished, or given up  
this entry must go to save space     
29    to be spent or finished  
all his money has gone     
30    to circulate or be transmitted  
the infection went around the whole community     
31    to attend  
go to school, go to church     
32    to join a stated profession  
go to the bar, go on the stage     
33    foll by: to   to have recourse (to); turn  
to go to arbitration     
34    foll by: to   to subject or put oneself (to)  
she goes to great pains to please him     
35    to proceed, esp. up to or beyond certain limits  
you will go too far one day and then you will be punished     
36    to be acceptable or tolerated  
anything goes in this place     
37    to carry the weight of final authority  
what the boss says goes     
38    foll by: into   to be contained in  
four goes into twelve three times     
39    often foll by: for   to endure or last out  
we can't go for much longer without water in this heat     
40    tr     (Cards)   to bet or bid  
I go two hearts     
41    tr  
Informal     (chiefly U.S.)   to have as one's weight  
I went 112 pounds a year ago     
42      (U.S. and Canadian)   usually used in commands; takes an infinitive without: to  
a    to start to act so as to  
go shut the door     
b    to leave so as to  
go blow your brains out     
43    Informal   to perform well; be successful  
that group can really go     
44    tr  
Not standard   to say: widely used, esp. in the historic present, in reporting dialogue  
Then she goes, ``Give it to me!'' and she just snatched it     
45    go and  
Informal   to be so foolish or unlucky as to  
then she had to go and lose her hat     
46    be going   to intend or be about to start (to do or be doing something): often used as an alternative future construction  
what's going to happen to us?     
47    go ape  
Slang   to become crazy, enraged, or out of control  
48    go ape over  
Slang   to become crazy or extremely enthusiastic about  
49    go astray   to be mislaid; go missing  
50    go bail   to act as surety  
51    go bush      See       bush       13  
52    go halves      See       half       15  
53    go hard   often foll by: with   to cause trouble or unhappiness (to)  
54    go it  
Slang   to do something or move energetically  
55    go it alone  
Informal   to act or proceed without allies or help  
56    go much on  
Informal   to approve of or be in agreement with (something): usually used in the negative  
I don't go much on the idea     
57    go one better  
Informal   to surpass or outdo (someone)  
58    go the whole hog  
Informal      See       hog       9  
59    let go  
a    to relax one's hold (on); release  
b    Euphemistic   to dismiss (from employment)  
c    to discuss or consider no further  
60    let oneself go  
a    to act in an uninhibited manner  
b    to lose interest in one's appearance, manners, etc.  
61    to go  
a    remaining  
b      (U.S. and Canadian)  
informal   (of food served by a restaurant) for taking away  
      n   pl   , goes  
62    the act of going  
63    Informal  
a    an attempt or try  
he had a go at the stamp business     
b    an attempt at stopping a person suspected of a crime  
the police are not always in favour of the public having a go     
c    an attack, esp. verbal  
she had a real go at them     
64    a turn  
it's my go next     
65    Informal   the quality of being active and energetic  
she has much more go than I     
66    Informal   hard or energetic work  
it's all go     
67    Informal   a successful venture or achievement  
he made a go of it     
68    Informal   a bout or attack (of an illness)  
he had a bad go of flu last winter     
69    Informal   an unforeseen, usually embarrassing or awkward, turn of events  
here's a rum go     
70    Informal   a bargain or agreement  
71    all the go  
Informal   very popular; in fashion  
72    from the word go  
Informal   from the very beginning  
73       See       get-up-and-go  
74    no go  
Informal   impossible; abortive or futile  
it's no go, I'm afraid     
75    on the go  
Informal   active and energetic  
      adj  
76    postpositive  
Informal   functioning properly and ready for action: esp. used in astronautics  
all systems are go        (See also)        go about       go against       go ahead       go along       go around       go at       go away       go back       go by       go down       go for       go forth       go in       going       go into       gone       go off       go on       go out       go over       go through       go to       go together       go under       go up       go with       go without  
     (Old English gan; related to Old High German gen, Greek kikhanein to reach, Sanskrit jahati he forsakes)  
go   [2]   , I-go  
      n   a game for two players in which stones are placed on a board marked with a grid, the object being to capture territory on the board  
     (from Japanese)  
go about  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to move from place to place  
2    prep   to busy oneself with  
to go about one's duties     
3    prep   to tackle (a problem or task)  
4    prep   to be actively and constantly engaged in (doing something)  
he went about doing good     
5    to circulate (in)  
there's a lot of flu going about     
6    adv   (of a sailing ship) to change from one tack to another  
go against  
      vb   intr, prep  
1    to be contrary to (principles or beliefs)  
2    to be unfavourable to (a person)  
the case went against him     
go ahead  
      vb  
1    intr, adv   to start or continue, often after obtaining permission  
      n  
  go-ahead  
2    usually preceded by: the  
Informal   permission to proceed  
      adj  
  go-ahead  
3    enterprising or ambitious  
go along  
      vb   intr, adv; often foll by: with   to refrain from disagreement; assent  
go around   , round  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to move about  
2    adv; foll by: with   to frequent the society (of a person or group of people)  
she went around with older men     
3    adv   to be sufficient  
are there enough sweets to go round?     
4    to circulate (in)  
measles is going round the school     
5    prep   to be actively and constantly engaged in (doing something)  
she went around caring for the sick     
6    to be long enough to encircle  
will that belt go round you?     
go at  
      vb   intr, prep  
1    to make an energetic attempt at (something)  
2    to attack vehemently  
go away  
      vb   intr, adv   to leave, as when starting from home on holiday  
go-away bird  
      n     (S. African)   a common name for a grey-plumaged lourie of the genus Corythaixoides  
     (C19: imitative of its call)  
go back  
      vb   intr, adv  
1    to return  
2    often foll by: to   to originate (in)  
the links with France go back to the Norman Conquest     
3    foll by: on   to change one's mind about; repudiate (esp. in the phrase go back on one's word)  
4    (of clocks and watches) to be set to an earlier time, as during British Summer Time  
when do the clocks go back this year?     
go-between  
      n   a person who acts as agent or intermediary for two people or groups in a transaction or dealing  
go-by  
      n  
Slang   a deliberate snub or slight (esp. in the phrase give (a person) the go-by)  
go by  
      vb   intr  
1    to pass  
the cars went by, as the years go by we all get older, don't let those opportunities go by!     
2    prep   to be guided by  
in the darkness we could only go by the stars     
3    prep   to use as a basis for forming an opinion or judgment  
it's wise not to go only by appearances     
go-cart  
      n  
1      (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   a small wagon for young children to ride in or pull  
2      (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   a light frame on casters or wheels that supports a baby while learning to walk,   (Brit. word)    baby-walker  
3      (Motor racing)      See       kart  
4       another word for       handcart  
go down  
      vb   intr, mainly adv  
1    also prep   to move or lead to or as if to a lower place or level; sink, decline, decrease, etc.  
the ship went down this morning, prices are going down, the path goes down to the sea     
2    to be defeated; lose  
3    to be remembered or recorded (esp. in the phrase go down in history)  
4    to be received  
his speech went down well     
5    (of food) to be swallowed  
6      (Bridge)   to fail to make the number of tricks previously contracted for  
7      (Brit)   to leave a college or university at the end of a term or the academic year  
8    usually foll by: with   to fall ill; be infected  
9    (of a celestial body) to sink or set  
the sun went down before we arrived     
10      (Brit)  
slang   to go to prison, esp. for a specified period  
he went down for six months     
11    Slang     (chiefly U.S.)   to happen  
go-faster stripe  
      n  
Informal   a decorative line, often suggestive of high speed, on the bodywork of a car  
go for  
      vb   intr, prep  
1    to go somewhere in order to have or fetch  
he went for a drink, shall I go for a doctor?     
2    to seek to obtain  
I'd go for that job if I were you     
3    to apply to  
what I told him goes for you too     
4    to prefer or choose; like  
I really go for that new idea of yours     
5    to be to the advantage of  
you'll have great things going for you in the New Year     
6    to make a physical or verbal attack on  
7    to be considered to be of a stated importance or value  
his twenty years went for nothing when he was made redundant     
8    go for it  
Informal   to make the maximum effort to achieve a particular goal  
go forth  
      vb   intr, adv  
Archaic or formal  
1    to be issued  
the command went forth that taxes should be collected     
2    to go out  
the army went forth to battle     
go-getter  
      n  
Informal   an ambitious enterprising person  
  go-getting      adj  
go-go  
      adj  
Informal     (chiefly U.S. and Canadian)  
1    of or relating to discos or the lively music and dancing performed in them  
2    dynamic or forceful  
     (C20: altered from French à-gogo aplenty, ad lib: sense influenced by English verb go)  
go-go dancer  
      n   a dancer, usually scantily dressed, who performs rhythmic and often erotic modern dance routines, esp. in a nightclub or disco  
go in  
      vb   intr, mainly adv  
1    to enter  
2    prep      See       go into  
3    (of the sun) to become hidden behind a cloud  
4    to be assimilated or grasped  
nothing much goes in if I try to read in the evenings     
5      (Cricket)   to begin an innings  
6    go in for  
a    to enter as a competitor or contestant  
b    to adopt as an activity, interest, or guiding principle  
she went in for nursing, some men go in for football in a big way     
go into  
      vb   intr, prep  
1    to enter  
2    to start a career in  
to go into publishing     
3    to investigate or examine  
to go into the problem of price increases     
4    to discuss  
we won't go into that now     
5    to dress oneself differently in  
to go into mourning     
6    to hit  
the car had gone into a lamppost     
7    to go to live in or be admitted to, esp. temporarily  
she went into hospital on Tuesday     
8    to enter a specified state  
she went into fits of laughter     
go-kart   , go-cart  
      n      See       kart  
go off  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   (of power, a water supply, etc.) to cease to be available, running, or functioning  
the lights suddenly went off     
2    adv   to be discharged or activated; explode  
3    adv   to occur as specified  
the meeting went off well     
4    to leave (a place)  
the actors went off stage     
5    adv   (of a sensation) to gradually cease to be felt or perceived  
6    adv   to fall asleep  
7    adv   to enter a specified state or condition  
she went off into hysterics     
8    adv; foll by: with   to abscond (with)  
9    adv   (of concrete, mortar, etc.) to harden  
10    adv     (Brit)  
informal   (of food, milk, etc.) to become stale or rotten  
11    prep     (Brit)  
informal   to cease to like  
she went off him after their marriage     
12    adv  
Taboo slang   to have an orgasm  
13    adv     (Austral)  
slang   (of premises) to be raided by the police  
14    adv     (Austral)  
slang   (of a racehorse) to win a fixed race  
15    adv     (Austral)  
slang   to be stolen  
go on  
      vb   intr, mainly adv  
1    to continue or proceed  
2    to happen or take place  
there's something peculiar going on here     
3    (of power, water supply, etc.) to start running or functioning  
4    prep   to mount or board and ride on, esp. as a treat  
children love to go on donkeys at the seaside     
5      (Theatre)   to make an entrance on stage  
6    to act or behave  
he goes on as though he's rich     
7    to talk excessively; chatter  
8    to continue talking, esp. after a short pause  
``When I am Prime Minister,'' he went on, ``we shall abolish taxes.''     
9    foll by: at   to criticize or nag  
stop going on at me all the time!     
10    prep   to use as a basis for further thought or action  
the police had no evidence at all to go on in the murder case     
11    foll by: for     (Brit)   to approach (a time, age, amount, etc.)  
he's going on for his hundredth birthday     
12      (Cricket)   to start to bowl  
13    to take one's turn  
14    (of clothes) to be capable of being put on  
15    go much on   used with a negative     (Brit)   to care for; like  
16    something to go on or to be going on with   something that is adequate for the present time  
      interj  
17    I don't believe what you're saying  
go out  
      vb   intr, adv  
1    to depart from a room, house, country, etc.  
2    to cease to illuminate, burn, or function  
the fire has gone out     
3    to cease to be fashionable or popular  
that style went out ages ago!     
4    to become unconscious or fall asleep  
she went out like a light     
5    (of a broadcast) to be transmitted  
6    to go to entertainments, social functions, etc.  
7    usually foll by: with or together   to associate (with a person of the opposite sex) regularly; date  
8    (of workers) to begin to strike  
9    foll by: to   to be extended (to)  
our sympathy went out to her on the death of her sister     
10      (Cards, etc.)   to get rid of the last card, token, etc., in one's hand  
11    go all out   to make a great effort to achieve or obtain something  
he went all out to pass the exam     
go over  
      vb   intr  
1    to be received in a specified manner  
the concert went over very well     
2    prep     (Also)    go through   to examine and revise as necessary  
he went over the accounts     
3    prep     (Also)    go through   to clean  
she went over the room before her mother came     
4    prep   to check and repair  
can you go over my car please?     
5    prep     (Also)    go through   to rehearse  
I'll go over my lines before the play     
6    adv; foll by: to  
a    to change (to a different practice or system)  
will Britain ever go over to driving on the right?     
b    to change one's allegiances  
7    prep  
Slang   to do physical violence to  
they went over him with an iron bar     
go-slow  
      n  
1      (Brit)  
a    a deliberate slackening of the rate of production by organized labour as a tactic in industrial conflict  
b    (as modifier)  
go-slow tactics        (U.S. and Canadian equivalent)    slowdown  
      vb  
  go slow  
2    intr   to work deliberately slowly as a tactic in industrial conflict  
go through  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to be approved or accepted  
the amendment went through     
2    prep   to consume; exhaust  
we went through our supplies in a day, some men go through a pair of socks in no time     
3    prep     (Also)    go over   to examine and revise as necessary  
he went through the figures     
4    prep   to suffer  
she went through tremendous pain     
5    prep     (Also)    go over   to rehearse  
let's just go through the details again     
6    prep     (Also)    go over   to clean  
she went through the cupboards in the spring-cleaning     
7    prep   to participate in  
she went through the degree ceremony without getting too nervous     
8    adv; foll by: with   to bring to a successful conclusion, often by persistence  
9    prep   (of a book) to be published in  
that book has gone through three printings this year alone     
go to  
      vb   intr, prep  
1    to be awarded to  
the Nobel prize last year went to a Scot     
2    go to it   to tackle a task vigorously  
      interj  
3    Archaic   an exclamation expressing surprise, encouragement, etc.  
go together  
      vb   intr, adv  
1    to be mutually suited; harmonize  
the colours go well together     
2    Informal   (of two people) to have a romantic or sexual relationship  
they had been going together for two years     
go under  
      vb   intr, mainly adv  
1    also prep   to sink below (a surface)  
2    to founder or drown  
3    to be conquered or overwhelmed  
the firm went under in the economic crisis     
go up  
      vb   intr, mainly adv  
1    also prep   to move or lead to or as if to a higher place or level; rise; increase  
prices are always going up, the curtain goes up at eight o'clock, new buildings are going up all around us     
2    to be destroyed  
the house went up in flames     
3      (Brit)   to go or return (to college or university) at the beginning of a term or academic year  
go with  
      vb   intr, prep  
1    to accompany  
2    to blend or harmonize  
that new wallpaper goes well with the furniture     
3    to be a normal part of  
three acres of land go with the house     
4    to be of the same opinion as  
I'm sorry I can't go with you on your new plan     
5    (of two people) to associate frequently with (each other)  
go without  
      vb   intr  
1      (Chiefly Brit)   to be denied or deprived of (something, esp. food)  
if you don't like your tea you can go without     
2    that goes without saying   that is obvious or self-evident  
happy-go-lucky  
      adj   carefree or easy-going  
have-a-go  
      adj  
Informal   (of people attempting arduous or dangerous tasks) brave or spirited  
a have-a-go pensioner     
Jack-go-to-bed-at-noon  
      n      another name for       goatsbeard       1  
merry-go-round  
      n  
1       another name for       roundabout       1  
2    a whirl of activity or events  
the merry-go-round of the fashion world     
no-go area  
      n  
1    a district in a town that is barricaded off, usually by a paramilitary organization, within which the police, army, etc., can only enter by force  
2    an area that is barred to certain individuals, groups, etc.  
stop-go  
      adj     (Brit)   (of economic policy) characterized by deliberate alternate expansion and contraction of aggregate demand in an effort to curb inflation and eliminate balance of payments deficits, and yet maintain full employment  
touch and go  
      adj   touch-and-go when prenominal   risky or critical  
a touch-and-go situation     

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go   [2]   , I-go  
      n   a game for two players in which stones are placed on a board marked with a grid, the object being to capture territory on the board  
     (from Japanese)  

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go

  

      vb  
1    advance, decamp, depart, fare     (archaic)   journey, leave, make for, make tracks, move, move out, pass, proceed, repair, set off, slope off, travel, withdraw  
2    function, move, operate, perform, run, work  
3    connect, extend, fit, give access, lead, reach, run, span, spread, stretch  
4    avail, concur, conduce, contribute, incline, lead to, serve, tend, work towards  
5    develop, eventuate, fall out, fare, happen, pan out     (informal)   proceed, result, turn out, work out  
6    accord, agree, blend, chime, complement, correspond, fit, harmonize, match, suit  
7    buy it     (U.S. slang)   check out     (U.S. slang)   croak     (slang)   die, expire, give up the ghost, go belly-up     (slang)   kick it     (slang)   kick the bucket     (slang)   pass away, peg it     (informal)   peg out     (informal)   perish, pop one's clogs     (informal)   snuff it     (informal)  
8    elapse, expire, flow, lapse, pass, slip away  
      n  
9    attempt, bid, crack     (informal)   effort, essay, shot     (informal)   stab     (informal)   try, turn, whack     (informal)   whirl     (informal)  
10      (informal)   activity, animation, brio, drive, energy, force, get-up-and-go     (informal)   life, oomph     (informal)   pep, spirit, verve, vigour, vitality, vivacity  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    arrive, halt, reach, remain, stay, stop  
2    break (down), fail, malfunction, stop  


go about  
1    circulate, move around, pass around, wander  
2    approach, begin, get the show on the road, set about, tackle, take the bit between one's teeth, undertake  
3    busy or occupy oneself with, devote oneself to  
go-ahead  
1   
      n     (informal)   assent, authorization, consent, green light, leave, O.K. or okay     (informal)   permission  
2   
      adj   ambitious, enterprising, go-getting     (informal)   pioneering, progressive, up-and-coming  
go ahead     
advance, begin, continue, go forward, go on, proceed, progress  
go along  
1    acquiesce, agree, assent, concur, cooperate, follow  
2    accompany, carry on, escort, join, keep up, move, pass, travel  
go at     
argue, attack, blame, blast, criticize, go for the jugular, impugn, lambast(e), put down, set about, tear into     (informal)  
go away     
decamp, depart, exit, get on one's bike     (Brit. slang)   go to hell     (informal)   hook it     (slang)   leave, make tracks, move out, pack one's bags     (informal)   recede, sling one's hook     (Brit. slang)   slope off, withdraw  
go back  
1    retrocede, return, revert  
2    change one's mind, desert, forsake, renege, repudiate, retract  
go-between     
agent, broker, dealer, factor, intermediary, liaison, mediator, medium, middleman  
go by  
1    elapse, exceed, flow on, move onward, pass, proceed  
2    adopt, be guided by, follow, heed, judge from, observe, take as guide  
go down  
1    be beaten, collapse, decline, decrease, drop, fall, founder, go under, lose, set, sink, submerge, submit, suffer defeat  
2    be commemorated, be recalled, be recorded, be remembered  
go far     
advance, be successful, cut it     (informal)   do well, get ahead     (informal)   get on     (informal)   make a name for oneself, make one's mark, progress, succeed  
go for  
1    clutch at, fetch, obtain, reach, seek, stretch for  
2    admire, be attracted to, be fond of, choose, favour, hold with, like, prefer  
3    assail, assault, attack, launch oneself at, rush upon, set about or upon, spring upon  
go in (for)     
adopt, embrace, engage in, enter, espouse, practise, pursue, take up, undertake  
go into  
1    begin, develop, enter, participate in, undertake  
2    analyse, consider, delve into, discuss, examine, inquire into, investigate, look into, probe, pursue, research, review, scrutinize, study, work over  
go off  
1    blow up, detonate, explode, fire  
2    happen, occur, take place  
3    decamp, depart, go away, hook it     (slang)   leave, move out, pack one's bags     (informal)   part, quit, slope off  
4      (informal)   go bad, go stale, rot  
go on  
1    continue, endure, happen, last, occur, persist, proceed, stay  
2    blether, carry on, chatter, prattle, rabbit     (Brit. informal)   ramble on, waffle     (informal, chiefly Brit.)   witter (on)     (informal)  
go out  
1    depart, exit, leave  
2    be extinguished, die out, expire, fade out  
go over  
1    examine, inspect, rehearse, reiterate, review, revise, study, work over  
2    peruse, read, scan, skim  
go through  
1    bear, brave, endure, experience, suffer, tolerate, undergo, withstand  
2    consume, exhaust, squander, use  
3    check, examine, explore, forage, hunt, look, search, work over  
go together  
1    accord, agree, fit, harmonize, make a pair, match  
2      (informal)   court, date     (informal, chiefly U.S.)   escort, go out with, go steady with     (informal)  
go under     
default, die, drown, fail, fold     (informal)   founder, go down, sink, submerge, succumb  
go with     
accompany, agree, blend, complement, concur, correspond, fit, harmonize, match, suit  
go without     
abstain, be denied, be deprived of, deny oneself, do without, go short, lack, want  
happy-go-lucky     
blithe, carefree, casual, devil-may-care, easy-going, heedless, improvident, insouciant, irresponsible, light-hearted, nonchalant, unconcerned, untroubled  
  
Antonyms     
   careworn, cheerless, gloomy, melancholy, morose, sad, serious, unhappy  
no go     
futile, hopeless, impossible, not on     (informal)   vain  
touch-and-go     
close, critical, dangerous, hairy     (slang)   hazardous, near, nerve-racking, parlous, perilous, precarious, risky, sticky     (informal)   tricky  

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Consulte también:

all the go, go and, go ape over, go astray

go gaga exp.
go crazy about something, get enthusiastic

Comentarios adicionales:

frahouse:

stupid talk

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v.
to be lost
he went missing my dog went missing for three days
exp.
to lose one's temper
very familiar
exp.
face a specific situation; act in a certain way
E.g.: John went out of rehab a few days ago and he is determined to not go down that road again.
exp.
go to the extreme; do everything that could be done; exhaust all possibilities and resources
exp.
deteriorate very quickly
exp.
neighborhood considered dangerous, where it's not recommended to go, especially as an outsider
n.
a person you can go to for help, advice or information
n.
someone to whom everybody is turning when they need advice, help
[Fam.]
exp.
from the outset, from the beginning
exp.
do not take into account, disregard, ignore on purpose, avoid, dismiss
E.g: His boss asked him for a report, but he gave it the go-by.
n.
go fast, move very quickly
exp.
go out in the street to protest
exp.
go crazy; get angry; lose self-control
E.g.: I will lose it if we keep listening to this song.
exp.
go for something, take one's chances
n.
A steep hill rises at a very sharp angle and is difficult to go up.
exp.
let the time go by without doing something important, relax, waste time
E.g.: It was a quite evening: we sat around chatting and watching TV.
exp.
go away idiot, fool ; leave me alone idiot, fool ; fuck you idiot, fool ; fuck off idiot, fool.
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