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go, goes, went, going, gone
1. move from one place or point to another; travel.
synonyms: move, proceed, make one's way, advance, progress, pass; walk, travel, journey;
travel a specified distance.
travel or move in order to engage in a specified activity or course of action.
attend or visit for a particular purpose.
be allotted or awarded (given, donated, granted, presented, devoted)
contribute to or be put into (a whole); be used for or devoted to. (contribute, help, serve; incline, tend)
pass a specified amount of time in a particular way or under particular circumstances.
used to indicate how many people a supply of food, money, or another resource is sufficient for or how much can be achieved using it.
(of a thing) lie or extend in a certain direction. (extend, stretch, reach, lead)
change in level, amount, or rank in a specified direction.
informal used to emphasize the speaker's annoyance at a specified action or event.
informal said in various expressions when angrily or contemptuously dismissing someone.
2. leave; depart. "I really must go"
synonyms: leave, depart, go away, withdraw, absent oneself, make an exit, exit; set off, start out, get underway, be on one's way; decamp, retreat, retire, make off, clear out, run off, run away, flee, make a move; informal make tracks, push off, beat it, take off, skedaddle, scram, split, scoot ("it's time to go")
(of time) pass or elapse. slip by/past, roll by/past, tick away; fly by/past "how quickly the years go by"
come to an end; cease to exist, run its course, fade away; finish, end, cease
leave or resign from a post.
be lost or stolen.
die (used euphemistically).
(of money) be spent, especially in a specified way.
synonyms: be used up, be spent, be exhausted, be consumed, be drained, be depleted
3. intend or be likely or intended to be or do something; be about to (used to express a future tense).
4. pass into a specified state
synonyms: become, get, turn, grow ("his hair had gone gray")
enter into a specified state, institution, or course of action.
make a sound of a specified kind.
make a sound in functioning. (reverberate, resound, ring, chime, peal, toll, clang)
be known or called by (a specified name).
5. proceed in a specified way or have a specified outcome; turn out.
synonyms: work out, develop, come out; result, end (up); informal pan out
be successful, especially in being enjoyable or exciting.
be acceptable or permitted. "underground events where anything goes"
(of a song, account, verse, etc.) have a specified content or wording.
"if you haven't heard it, the story goes like this"
6. be harmonious, complementary, or matching.
synonyms: harmonize, blend, be suited, be complementary, coordinate, be compatible
be found in the same place or situation; be associated. "cooking and eating go together"
7. (of a machine or device) function.
synonyms: function, work, run, operate
continue in operation or existence.
8. (of an article) be regularly kept or put in a particular place.
synonyms: belong, be kept
fit or be able to be accommodated in a particular place or space.
9. informal use a toilet; urinate or defecate.
1. an attempt or trial at something.
synonyms: attempt, try, effort, bid, endeavor; informalshot, stab, crack, bash, whirl, whack; essay ("her second go")
a state of affairs."
an attack of illness.
a project or undertaking that has been approved.
used in reference to a single item, action, or spell of activity.
"he put it to his lips then knocked it back in one go"
2. spirit, animation, or energy.
synonyms: energy, vigor, vitality, life, liveliness, spirit, verve, enthusiasm, zest,vibrancy, sparkle; stamina, dynamism, drive, push, determination; pep, punch, oomph, get-up-and-go ("he has plenty of go in him")
1. functioning properly. ("all systems go")
Old English gān, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch gaan and German gehen ; the form went was originally the past tense of wend.
1. a Japanese board game of territorial possession and capture.
late 19th century: Japanese, literally ‘small stone,’ also the name of the game.