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EN[ɡəʊ] [ɡoʊ] [-əʊ]
'to go' UK US
Dgehen WGO
  • GO steht als Abkürzung für
  • Gemeindeordnung
  • General Overnight, Express- und Logistikdienstleister
  • Geschäftsordnung
  • Gewerbeordnung, mehrere Gesetze
  • GNOME Office, Office-Paket der GNOME-Arbeitsumgebung
  • GO (Tankstelle), Tankstellennetz
  • Goiás, brasilianischer Bundesstaat
  • Governmental Organisation, staatliche Organisation, im Gegensatz zur Nichtregierungsorganisation
  • Grundorganisation, kleinste Organisationseinheit der SED und Massenorganisation in der DDR, siehe Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands#Grundorganisation, Freie Deutsche Jugend#Organisationsstruktur
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    Definition of go in English Dictionary

  • SubstantivPLgoes
    1. (uncommon) The act of going.
      1. A turn at something, or in something (e.g. a game).
        1. You’ve been on that pinball machine long enough—now let your brother have a go.
        2. It’s your go.
      2. An attempt, a try.
        1. I’ll give it a go.
      3. An approval or permission to do something, or that which has been approved.
        1. We will begin as soon as the boss says it's a go.
      4. An act; the working or operation.
        1. SLA (dated) A circumstance or occurrence; an incident.
          1. (dated) The fashion or mode.
            1. quite the go
          2. (dated) Noisy merriment.
            1. a high go
          3. SLA (archaic) A glass of spirits; a quantity of spirits.
            1. Power of going or doing; energy; vitality; perseverance.
              1. There is no go in him.
            2. (cribbage) The situation where a player cannot play a card which will not carry the aggregate count above thirty-one.
              1. A period of activity.
                1. ate it all in one go
              2. (board game) A strategic board game, originally from China, in which two players (black and white) attempt to control the largest area of the board with their counters.
              3. VerbSGgoesPRgoingPTwentPPgone
                1. To move.
                  1. ‘As for that,’ seyde Sir Trystram, ‘I may chose othir to ryde othir to go.’
                  2. She was so mad she wouldn't speak to me for quite a spell, but at last I coaxed her into going up to Miss Emmeline's room and fetching down a tintype of the missing Deacon man.
                  3. You have to go all the way back to Herbert Hoover to see a performance in the Standard & Poors 500 equal to what we are experiencing right now.
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                  5. The car went a short distance, then halted. There was something wrong with the carburetor.
                  6. We went swimming.   Let's go shopping. ‎
                  7. Please don't go!   I really must be going.   Workmen were coming and going at all hours of the night. ‎
                2. VI (chiefly of a machine) To work or function (properly); to move or perform (as required). syn. transl.
                  1. The engine just won't go anymore. ‎
                3. VI To start; to begin (an action or process).
                  1. Get ready, get set, go!   On your marks, get set, go!   On your marks, set, go! ‎
                  2. Here goes nothing.   Let's go and hunt. ‎
                4. VI To take a turn, especially in a game. syn. transl.
                  1. It’s your turn; go. ‎
                5. VI To attend.
                  1. I go to school at the schoolhouse.   She went to Yale.   They only go to church on Christmas. ‎
                6. To proceed.
                  1. That went well.   "How are things going?" "Not bad, thanks." ‎
                  2. Why'd you have to go and do that? ‎
                7. To follow or travel along (a path).
                  1. I'm repeating it: I wish that you would go this path up to its end, that you shall find salvation!
                  2. A shady promenade went the length of the street and the entrance to the hotel was a few steps back in the darkness, away from the glaring sunshine.
                8. VI To extend (from one point in time or space to another).
                  1. This property goes all the way to the state line. ‎
                9. VI To lead (to a place); to give access to.
                  1. Does this road go to Fort Smith? ‎
                10. (copula) To become. (The adjective that follows usually describes a negative state.) syn. transl.
                  1. You'll go blind.   I went crazy / went mad.   After failing as a criminal, he decided to go straight. ‎
                11. To assume the obligation or function of; to be, to serve as.
                  1. VI To continuously or habitually be in a state.
                    1. I don't want my children to go hungry.   We went barefoot in the summer. ‎
                  2. To come to (a certain condition or state).
                    1. they went into debt, she goes to sleep around 10 o'clock, the local shop wants to go digital, and eventually go global
                  3. VI To change (from one value to another).
                    1.    The traffic light went straight from green to red. ‎
                  4. To turn out, to result; to come to (a certain result).
                    1. How did your meeting with Smith go?
                  5. VI To tend (toward a result).
                    1. Well, that goes to show you.   These experiences go to make us stronger. ‎
                  6. To contribute to a (specified) end product or result.
                    1. qualities that go to make a lady / lip-reader / sharpshooter
                  7. To pass, to be used up.
                    1. The time went slowly. ‎
                    2. After three days, my headache finally went. ‎
                    3. His money went on drink. ‎
                  8. VI To die.
                    1. VI To be discarded.
                      1. This chair has got to go. ‎
                    2. VI (cricket) To be lost or out.
                      1. To break down or apart.
                        1. I wonder if I hopped up and down, would the bridge go?
                        2. This meat is starting to go off.   My mind is going.   She's 83; her eyesight is starting to go. ‎
                      2. VI To be sold.
                        1. Everything must go.   The car went for five thousand dollars. ‎
                      3. VI To be given, especially to be assigned or allotted.
                        1. The property shall go to my wife.   The award went to Steven Spielberg. ‎
                      4. VT VI To survive or get by; to last or persist for a stated length of time.
                        1. VT (sports) To have a certain record.
                          1. They've gone one for three in this series.   The team is going five in a row. ‎
                        2. To be authoritative, accepted, or valid.
                          1. Whatever the boss says goes, do you understand? ‎
                          2. [ …] every of them, being gold, whole and weight, shall go and be current in payment throughout this his realm for the sum that they were coined for.
                          3. [To job interviews, wear] muted colors. No pink or paisley (that goes for you too, guys!) [ …]
                        3. To say (something), to make a sound.
                          1. I go, "As if!" And she was all like, "Whatever!" ‎
                          2. As soon as I did it, I went "that was stupid." ‎
                          3. Cats go "meow". Motorcycles go "vroom". ‎
                          4. I woke up just before the clock went. ‎
                        4. To be expressed or composed (a certain way).
                          1. The tune goes like this.   As the story goes, he got the idea for the song while sitting in traffic. ‎
                        5. VI To resort (to).
                          1. I'll go to court if I have to. ‎
                        6. To apply or subject oneself to.
                          1. I'm going to join a sports team.   I wish you'd go and get a job.   He went to pick it up, but it rolled out of reach.
                          2. He's going to leave town tomorrow.
                          3. You didn't have to go to such trouble.   I never thought he'd go so far as to call you.   She went to great expense to help them win. ‎
                          4. I've gone over this a hundred times.   Let's not go into that right now. ‎
                        7. To fit (in a place, or together with something).
                          1. Do you think the sofa will go through the door?   The belt just barely went around his waist. ‎
                          2. This shade of red doesn't go with the drapes.   White wine goes better with fish than red wine. ‎
                          3. My shirts go on this side of the wardrobe.   This piece of the jigsaw goes on the other side. ‎
                        8. VI To date. syn. transl.
                          1. How long having they been going together?   He's been going with her for two weeks. ‎
                        9. To attack.
                          1. You wanna go, little man?
                          2. As big as me. Strong, too. I was itching to go him, And he had clouted Ernie.
                        10. To be in general; to be usually.
                          1. As sentences go, this one is pretty boring.
                        11. VT To take (a particular part or share); to participate in to the extent of.
                          1. VT To yield or weigh.
                            1. This'll go three tons to the acre, or I'll eat my shirt.
                          2. VT VI To offer, bid or bet an amount; to pay.
                            1. That's as high as I can go.   We could go two fifty. ‎
                            2. I'll go a ten-spot.   I'll go you a shilling. ‎
                          3. VT COL To enjoy. (Compare go for.).
                            1. I could go a beer right about now. ‎
                          4. VI COL To urinate or defecate. syn. transl.
                            1. I really need to go.   Have you managed to go today, Mrs. Miggins? ‎
                        12. Mehr Beispiele
                          1. Wird in der Mitte des Satzes verwendet
                            • Tim said, "I'm going to go home and spank the monkey."
                            • I went with the higher bid because I would rather have it turn out to be an overestimate than having to scramble for more money when the bill comes due.
                            • After three years without maintenance, their yard has really gone to the dogs.
                          2. In der Endung des Satzes verwendet
                            • “Well,” I says, “I cal'late a body could get used to Tophet if he stayed there long enough.” ¶ She flared up; the least mite of a slam at Doctor Wool was enough to set her going.
                            • When she appeared again, she made some side-handed inquiries regarding Otto (with that gentle artifice oft employed by women); but he was gone.
                            • The skeleton of the organisation is essentially the same as it was ten years ago, but many new faces have come and gone.
                        • Wortart Hierarchie
                          1. Substantive
                            • Substantive unregelmäßige Plural
                              • Zählbare Nomen
                                • Singularia tantum
                                  • Unzählbare Nomen
                                • Verben
                                  • Intransitive Verben
                                    • Transitive Verben
                                      • Verben mit Wendetyp
                                        • Unregelmäßige Verben
                                          • Suppletive Verben
                                            • Verbs with weak preterite but strong past participle
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                                      Meaning of go for the defined word.

                                      Grammatisch, dieses wort "go" ist ein substantive, genauer gesagt, ein substantive unregelmäßige plural, ein zählbare nomen und ein singularia tantum. Es ist auch ein verben, genauer gesagt, ein intransitive verben, ein transitive verben und ein verben mit wendetyp.
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