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What is another word for go on?

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To proceed or continue with an activity, or in a given state
“The show must go on. Inside my heart is breaking, my makeup may be flaking, but my smile still stays on.”
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To persevere despite challenges or difficulty
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“I can't go on doing whatever it is they think I should be doing while I wait to hear from him, from anyone.”
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To engage in (typically meaningless or unimportant) conversation
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“I will just say briefly that I could go on for hours about what we accomplish. I don't think you have the time to hear all the wonderful things we do.”
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To take place or happen
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“She had felt so bad for so long that it was difficult for her to enjoy all the fun things that go on during the holidays.”
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To behave in a certain way
“The way you go on when you don't drink, I can't imagine what you'd be like if you did.”
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To last or endure in a particular condition or state
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To continue on a course of action
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To continue to bring up as a point of contention
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To continue an activity or task
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Express one's opinions in a loud or forceful manner
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To talk constantly or incessantly
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To repeatedly mention a subject
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To complain in a whining or tearful way
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To hold forth about something in an opinionated manner
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Speak or shout at length in an angry, impassioned way
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(of time) To pass or elapse, especially slowly or ponderously
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To say as a further remark
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To last or cause to last longer than expected
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To present or depict performatively
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To move or proceed very slowly
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To speak or write about with great enthusiasm or admiration
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To enter or make an appearance
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To live, especially under adverse conditions
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To get up on (a horse, vehicle, platform, etc.)
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To begin again or continue after a pause or interruption
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To greatly emphasize a point or issue
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An expression of disbelief or doubt at what one has just heard
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Used as an affirmative to an offer
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Used to express incredulity, usually sarcastically
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