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go1

go1

 
pronunciation:
go
parts of speech:
verb, noun, interjection
phrases:
go back on
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part of speech: verb
inflections: goes, going, went, gone
definition 1: to move; travel.
I go to school by bus.We went to the beach on Saturday.
synonyms:
advance, move, pass, travel
antonyms:
halt, stop
similar words:
course, progress, ride, run
definition 2: to move away from a place; leave.
We will miss her when she goes.
synonyms:
depart
antonyms:
come, stay
similar words:
exit, flee, retire, split, withdraw
definition 3: to reach from one point to another.
The driveway goes from the house to the road.
synonyms:
reach, stretch
similar words:
spread
definition 4: to be moving or working properly.
My electric train will not go.
synonyms:
function, operate, run, work
similar words:
act, perform
definition 5: to pass.
How fast the days go!
synonyms:
elapse, pass
similar words:
creep, drag, expire, flow, fly, glide, race, run, tick
definition 6: to belong with something else.
This blouse goes with that skirt.
synonyms:
match
antonyms:
clash
similar words:
accord, agree, belong, relate
definition 7: to be used up.
Money goes fast.
similar words:
die out, disappear, dissolve, evaporate, fade away, melt away, vanish
definition 8: to make a certain sound.
"Vroom! Vroom!" went the engine.
definition 9: to belong or fit.
The forks don't go in that drawer.
similar words:
belong, fit
definition 10: to become.
The milk has gone sour.
synonyms:
become, get, grow
similar words:
turn
definition 11: to come to be in a certain state; become.
The whole class went quiet.
synonyms:
become
similar words:
end up, grow, take, wax, wind up
definition 12: (informal) to say.
I go, "Why?" and he goes, "Because."
synonyms:
say
phrase: go back on
 
part of speech: noun
inflections: goes
definition 1: a try; an attempt.
She had a go at tennis.
synonyms:
attempt, effort, try
similar words:
bid, shot, whirl
definition 2: energy and spirit.
The old horse still has a lot of go left in her.
synonyms:
life, pep, zip
similar words:
dash, energy, spirit
 
part of speech: interjection
definition: "begin the race."
On your mark, get set, go!
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