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To advance or proceed physically
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“You can go when the light turns green.”
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To depart or leave
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“It's been great spending time here, but it's now time to go.”
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To move or proceed across, over, or through
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“Are you able to go the length of the wide wheat field without collapsing from exhaustion?”
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(of an an action or process) To start or to begin
“You can go playing with your friends once you finish your homework.”
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To be positioned over or along a certain course or in a certain direction
“We will be building a bridge that will go across the river.”
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To proceed or turn out in a specified way
“So did everything go well?”
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To proceed or turn out in a specified way
“I am confident that everything will go according to plan.”
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(go with) To be consistent or in agreement with
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“Jessie's account of what happened didn't go with surveillance footage.”
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(go with) To be harmonious, complementary, or matching (with something or someone)
“We purchased pants in specific colors to go with our shirts.”
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To die or cease living
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“He closed his eyes, content with his life, knowing it was now time to go.”
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To draw to a close
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“This administration must go before things get worse for our economy.”
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To pass into or be in a specified state, especially an undesirable one
“The vegetables will go bad if you leave it out on the counter for too long.”
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To be dismissed from one's employment
“Due to our worsening finances, some members of our staff will have to go.”
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To cease operating or functioning
“The water in the well would go, and we would have to fetch water from the stream instead.”
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To be in the usual, or a proper, place
“The cutlery will go into the top drawer of the kitchen cabinet.”
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To deplete, or be depleted, in physical strength or energy
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“The flexibility in my body is starting to go with age.”
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(of time) To pass by
“Years would go as I waited for another special moment between him and myself.”
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To give way or fall to pieces
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“The building's structure is crumbling, and it will go at any second.”
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To make a noise or sound
“We heard the school bell go and were overjoyed to be able to go home.”
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To operate or function
“Are you able to fix my broken computer and get it to go again?”
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To contribute to
“This act will go a long way towards changing attitudes on how people view this community.”
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To be lost or stolen
“Several items from our apartment would go after the break-in.”
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To be sold or awarded to
“My sincere thanks go to Kevin for his invaluable contribution to our cause.”
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(somewhat rare) To gamble (money or something else of value) on the outcome of an event
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“This game of poker requires that you go at least five dollars per round.”
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(regional Britain, chiefly Southern & Midland) To hope for, or aspire to, a goal or dream
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“We didn't go to time it like this. It's just the way it's happened.”
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(rare, more often phrased as "go through") To endure
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“I can't go the smell of his body odor for much longer.”
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(of a business) To go bankrupt
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To be in motion by moving one's feet in a slow and alternative manner
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To move somewhere in a slow and steady way
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To move or proceed, especially at a brisk pace
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To range or occur within a continuous spectrum
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To step down from one's position or role
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To succeed, survive, or manage, at least at a minimal level
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To go somewhere quickly, usually without notice
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To be transferred from one person or place to another, especially by inheritance
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(of an action or remark) To be accepted without scrutiny
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To pass urine from the body
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Be part of, be in proper place
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To be purchased in specified amounts
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(lead to) To be a route or means of access
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To change slightly or by degrees
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To change, or move, to an opposing or opposite side
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To pay a visit in an impromptu manner
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Put the receiver down
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To arrive somewhere (for a given event or purpose)
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Rummage around
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Move in a circular orbit around
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Have recourse to
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(electricity) To burn out through overloading
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To abandon or desert someone, especially a significant other
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To search through something in a hurried way
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(of a resource) To be used up completely
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To be suitable or acceptable
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To retire (with a pension) due to age
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Spread gradually through an area or group of people
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To travel over regularly
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To make, to add an entry (or more) in a log or logbook
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To be anxious or concerned about something in particular
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(of an engine) To fire and start running
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To continue or be valid or operative for a particular period of time
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To make or become liquefied by heat
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To discharge one's solid bodily waste
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(without object) To say something in order to convey information or to express a feeling
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To express something in sounds or words
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To enjoy greatly
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An attempt or trial at something