Definition of go:

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.

Usage examples:

  • Where do you want to go to? Henry Seton Merriman in "The Vultures".
  • Why does she not go Marcus Dods in "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I".
  • Your talk doesn't go Ralph Bonehill in "Leo the Circus Boy".
  • I say, Dick, isn't this a go Marie Belloc Lowndes in "Jane Oglander".

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