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Adjective
No longer present
“Within barely a few moments of the school bell, Oliver was gone and nowhere to be found.”
Adjective
Over and done with
“Stop living in the past. Those days are long gone.”
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Fully consumed or used up
“Jacinta was dismayed to find that the sour cream and onion Pringles were gone when she checked the pantry.”
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Not able to be located
“My keys were right here on the table, but now they're apparently gone.”
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No longer alive or in existence
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“Our family friend was now gone, and we were all devastated.”
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Pregnant with child
“The doctor told me I was two months gone by that stage.”
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Denotes a termination of something or an action
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Bearing good value, worth or reliability
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Attentively occupied with
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Of which knowledge has been lost
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Suffered a damage
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In love, amorous
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Shipped
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Not found or noticed
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Sold out
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No longer in use
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Under a spell
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Not existent
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Thinking in a muddled way
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Far beyond the norm
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Inoperable and not in working condition
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Under the influence of alcohol or drugs
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Feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement
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Lacking in a required or necessary quality
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Physically tired or exhausted
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Not realistic
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Not capable of being repaired, cured, regained, or undone
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Off the path or right direction
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Separated or disconnected from the moment
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Being at one's lowest point with nothing to lose
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Traveled
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Past participle for to advance or proceed physically
“You can go when the light turns green.”
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Past participle for to depart or leave
“It's been great spending time here, but it's now time to go.”
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Past participle for to move or proceed across, over, or through
“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) Past participle for to start or to begin
“You can go playing with your friends once you finish your homework.”
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Past participle for 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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Past participle for to proceed or turn out in a specified way
“So did everything go well?”
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Past participle for 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) Past participle for to be consistent or in agreement with
“Jessie's account of what happened didn't go with surveillance footage.”
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(go with) Past participle for 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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Past participle for to die or cease living
“He closed his eyes, content with his life, knowing it was now time to go.”
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Past participle for to draw to a close
“This administration must go before things get worse for our economy.”
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Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for to deplete, or be depleted, in physical strength or energy
“The flexibility in my body is starting to go with age.”
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(of time) Past participle for to pass by
“Years would go as I waited for another special moment between him and myself.”
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Past participle for to give way or fall to pieces
“The building's structure is crumbling, and it will go at any second.”
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Past participle for 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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Past participle for to operate or function
“Are you able to fix my broken computer and get it to go again?”
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Past participle for to contribute to
“This act will go a long way towards changing attitudes on how people view this community.”
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Past participle for to be lost or stolen
“Several items from our apartment would go after the break-in.”
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(somewhat rare) Past participle for to gamble (money or something else of value) on the outcome of an event
“This game of poker requires that you go at least five dollars per round.”
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(regional Britain, chiefly Southern & Midland) Past participle for to hope for, or aspire to, a goal or dream
“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") Past participle for to endure
“I can't go the smell of his body odor for much longer.”
Preposition
Later than
Adverb
In the past
Adverb
Into non-existence
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