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What is another word for goes off?

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To move or proceed further along a course
“I watched you put on your socks and shoes and go off down the trail, still panting and still dripping.”
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To leave or exit a place
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“When he had finished playing his solo, he would go off to another cinema and play another solo.”
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To burst, or cause to burst, due to internal pressure
“The Police Department advised that they received a call from an individual who stated that a bomb would go off in ten minutes on the 2nd floor.”
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To putrefy, decompose, or go rancid
“This allows us to buy what we need, meaning there is likely to be little waste, and fresh food does not go off before it's used.”
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To happen or occur, especially something loud, noticeable or spectacular
“The SCDF advised the public not to be alarmed by the sirens, which are expected to go off at six in the evening.”
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To develop or progress in a certain way, especially successfully
“For a rocket launch to go off successfully, a million things have to go right.”
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To fall asleep, especially while in a seated position or in inappropriate circumstances
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To emit or cause to emit sound
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To become engulfed in flames
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To proceed or turn out in a specified or successful way
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To separate or cause to separate into curds or lumps
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To grow quickly to a large size
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To eject, or be ejected, especially suddenly or violently
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To become inactive or unchanging
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To come off with a pop
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To become very angry, especially to the point of madness
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