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go at

Definition of go at in English:

Energetically attack or tackle: he went at things with a daunting eagerness
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  • They went at each other like prize-fighters in a ring.
  • That both sides found the net within the first 10 minutes was a bona fide reflection of how these teams went at each other from the outset.
  • When we went at them we showed that their defence can be exposed.
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