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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

to go in go1 British & World English

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

to go British & World English

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

go to! in go1 British & World English

Said to express disbelief, impatience, or admonition

go to! British & World English

Said to express disbelief, impatience, or admonition

go ape in ape British & World English

Become very angry or excited

go far in far British & World English

Achieve a great deal

go it in go1 British & World English

Act in an energetic or dissipated way

go at in go1 British & World English

Energetically attack or tackle

go mad in mad British & World English

Allow oneself to get carried away by enthusiasm or excitement

go nap in nap3 British & World English

Attempt to take all five tricks in nap

go to pot in pot1 British & World English

Deteriorate through neglect

go to pot British & World English

Deteriorate through neglect

go to sea in sea British & World English

Set out on a voyage

go to sea British & World English

Set out on a voyage

go to war in war British & World English

Declare, begin, or see active service in a war

go to war British & World English

Declare, begin, or see active service in a war

go for in go1 British & World English

Decide on; choose

go off in go1 British & World English

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

go on in go1 British & World English

Continue or persevere

go out in go1 British & World English

(Of a fire or light) be extinguished

go up in go1 British & World English

(Of a building or other structure) be built

go to law in law British & World English

Resort to legal action in order to settle a matter

go to law British & World English

Resort to legal action in order to settle a matter

way to go! in way British & World English

Used to express pleasure, approval, or excitement

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 bail in bail1 British & World English

Act as surety for an accused person

go bung in bung3 British & World English

Break down; fail or go bankrupt

go bush in bush1 British & World English

Leave one’s usual surroundings; run wild

go deep in deep British & World English

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

fair go in fair1 British & World English

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

go to show in go1 British & World English

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

go well in go1 British & World English

Used to express good wishes to someone leaving

go back in go1 British & World English

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

go live in live2 British & World English

(Of a computer system) become operational

pass go in pass1 British & World English

Successfully complete the first stage of an undertaking

go pfft in pfft British & World English

Fail to work properly or at all

go phut in phut British & World English

Fail to work properly or at all

go to post in post1 British & World English

(Of a racehorse) start a race

go to post British & World English

(Of a racehorse) start a race

go to seed in seed British & World English

(Of a plant) cease flowering as the seeds develop

go to seed British & World English

(Of a plant) cease flowering as the seeds develop

go sour in sour British & World English

Become less pleasant; turn out badly

go to town in town British & World English

Do something thoroughly, enthusiastically, or extravagantly


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