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Definitions of go:

part of speech: noun

Colloquially, the fashion; energy; an agreement.

part of speech: present participle


part of speech: verb transitive

Colloquially, to bear or afford; as, I can't go the price; to become responsible for; as, to go ball; to bet or wager; as, I'll go you a box of candy.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To pass from one place to another: to be in motion: to proceed: to walk: to depart from: to lead in any direction: to extend: to tend: to be about to do: to pass in report: to pass, as in payment: to be accounted in value: to happen in a particular way: to turn out: to fare:- pr. p. going; pa. t. went; pa. p. gone.

part of speech: verb

To move from one place to another; to pass; to proceed; to depart; to walk; to be pregnant; to run; to take a direction; to contribute, as, the different ingredients which go to make up the compound; to conduce; to fall out or terminate; to reach or be extended: to fare.

part of speech: past tense


Usage examples for go:

  • Well, where can he go to? "Round the World in Eighty Days", Jules Verne
  • It is that we go to Cuernavaca. "The Missourian", Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
  • Do you go to the Englische Garten? "The Whirlpool", George Gissing
  • You go to work? "The Nether World", George Gissing
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The act of forcing or letting out of its proper ducts or vessels, as blood into the surrounding tissues; the effusion of the blood after the rupture of a vessel. ...

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