Definition of get-go in English:


Line breaks: get-go
Pronunciation: /ˈɡɛtɡəʊ


informal , chiefly North American
The very beginning: the quintet experienced difficulties from the get-go
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  • In most cases, it's best just to turn off the comment feature from the get-go.
  • From the get-go, we thought it was important to have fun around here.
  • It's an important, serious broadcast that has broken stories from the get-go, and will continue to do so.

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