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go-to British & World English

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

go1 British & World English

Move from one place to another; travel

go2 British & World English

A Japanese board game of territorial possession and capture

go English Thesaurus

she went forwards, step by step

to go British & World English

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

go to! British & World English

Said to express disbelief, impatience, or admonition

go to law British & World English

Resort to legal action in order to settle a matter

go to pot British & World English

Deteriorate through neglect

go to sea British & World English

Set out on a voyage

go to war British & World English

Declare, begin, or see active service in a war

go to in go1 British & World English

Attend or visit for a particular purpose

go to/into in go1 British & World English

Enter into a specified state or course of action

go into/to/towards in go1 British & World English

Contribute to or be put into (a whole)

to British & World English

Expressing purpose or intention

go to show British & World English

(Of an occurrence) serve as evidence or proof of something

goal to go British & World English

The situation in which an offensive team gets a first down within ten yards of the goal line, and thus cannot advance for another first down

go to hell British & World English

Used to express angry rejection of someone or something

go to post British & World English

(Of a racehorse) start a race

go to seed British & World English

(Of a plant) cease flowering as the seeds develop

go to town British & World English

Do something thoroughly, enthusiastically, or extravagantly

way to go! British & World English

Used to express pleasure, approval, or excitement

go to court British & World English

Take legal action

go to earth British & World English

(Of a hunted animal) hide in an underground burrow

go to ground British & World English

(Of a fox or other animal) enter its earth or burrow

go to pieces British & World English

Become so upset or nervous that one is unable to function normally

go to press British & World English

Go to be printed

go to smash British & World English

Be ruined or destroyed

go to waste British & World English

Be unused or expended to no purpose

go to extremes British & World English

Take an extreme course of action; do something to an extreme degree

go-to-meeting British & World English

(Of clothes) suitable for wearing to church

go to arbitration British & World English

Use an arbitrator to settle a dispute

go to the devil! British & World English

Said in angry rejection or condemnation of someone

go to the dogs British & World English

Deteriorate shockingly

be good to go British & World English

Be ready or prepared for something

go to the mat British & World English

Vigorously engage in an argument, especially on behalf of another

go to the pack British & World English

Deteriorate; go to pieces

go to the wall British & World English

(Of a business) go out of business; fail

go to the wars British & World English

Serve as a soldier

go it British & World English

Act in an energetic or dissipated way

go to the country British & World English

Test public opinion by dissolving Parliament and holding a general election

to go in go1 British & World English

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


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