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a gogo US English

In abundance; galore

go-go US English

Relating to or denoting an unrestrained and erotic style of dancing to popular music

go-go boot US English

(Usually in plural) a type of women's boot popular in the 1960s, typically made of brightly-coloured vinyl or leather, reaching high up the calf, and having a low heel.

go-go dancer US English

A person who is employed to dance to popular music in an unrestrained and erotic style, especially in a club

go-juice US English

Fuel for cars, aeroplanes, etc.; (also) electrical energy. In extended use: something that provides energy or acts as a stimulant, especially coffee.