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go1 British & World English

Move from one place to another; travel

go2 British & World English

A Japanese board game of territorial possession and capture

be called to the Bar British & World English

Be admitted as a barrister

come over big British & World English

Have a great effect; be a success

be on the piss British & World English

Be engaged in (or go on) a heavy drinking session

there you are British & World English

This is what you wanted

come under the hammer British & World English

Be sold at an auction

get beyond a joke British & World English

Become (or be) something that is serious or worrying

be on the lash British & World English

Be engaged in (or go on) a heavy drinking session

get back to nature British & World English

Return to the type of life (regarded as being in tune with nature) that existed before the development of industrial societies

get nowhere British & World English

Make no progress

go-go British & World English

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

go it British & World English

Act in an energetic or dissipated way

to go British & World English

(Of food or drink from a restaurant or cafe) to be eaten or drunk off the premises

go at British & World English

Energetically attack or tackle

go on British & World English

Continue or persevere

go-to British & World English

Denoting a person or thing that may be relied on or is regularly sought out in a particular situation

go up British & World English

(Of a building or other structure) be built

go-by British & World English

Avoid or snub someone

no go British & World English

Impossible, hopeless, or forbidden

go ape British & World English

Become very angry or excited

go far British & World English

Achieve a great deal

get-go British & World English

The very beginning

as —— go British & World English

Compared to the average or typical one of the specified kind

go for British & World English

Decide on; choose

go off British & World English

(Of a gun, bomb, or similar device) explode or fire

go out British & World English

(Of a fire or light) be extinguished

go to! British & World English

Said to express disbelief, impatience, or admonition

go-bag British & World English

A bag packed with essential items, kept ready for use in the event of an emergency evacuation of one’s home

go mad British & World English

Allow oneself to get carried away by enthusiasm or excitement

go nap British & World English

Attempt to take all five tricks in nap

go bail British & World English

Act as surety for an accused person

go bung British & World English

Break down; fail or go bankrupt

go bush British & World English

Leave one’s usual surroundings; run wild

go pfft British & World English

Fail to work properly or at all

pass go British & World English

Successfully complete the first stage of an undertaking

go phut British & World English

Fail to work properly or at all

go deep British & World English

(Of emotions, beliefs, etc.) be strongly and wholeheartedly felt or held

fair go British & World English

Used for emphasis or to request someone to be reasonable or fair

stop-go British & World English

Alternately stopping and starting

go sour British & World English

Become less pleasant; turn out badly

go west British & World English

Be killed or lost; meet with disaster

go fish British & World English

A card game in which each player in turn asks an opponent for a particular card and is told to “go fish” from the undealt deck if denied

go-kart British & World English

A small racing car with a lightweight or skeleton body

go gold British & World English

(Of a recording) achieve sales meriting a gold disc

go-slow British & World English

A form of industrial action in which work or progress is deliberately delayed or slowed down

go-team British & World English

A group of investigators who can be dispatched immediately to investigate accidents, attacks, and the like

go well British & World English

Used to express good wishes to someone leaving

go back British & World English

(Of a clock) be set to an earlier standard time, especially at the end of summertime


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