Übersetzung von “go” — Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch


verb uk /ɡəʊ/ us /ɡoʊ/ present participle going, past tense went, past participle gone

A1 to move or travel somewhere

I’d love to go to Florida.
We went into the house.
Are you going by train?

A1 to move or travel somewhere in order to do something

-하러 가다
Let’s go for a walk.
go running, swimming, etc.

A2 to go somewhere to do a particular activity

-하러 가다
We went skating yesterday.
be going to do/be something

A2 to intend to do or be something

-할 것이다
I’m going to call her tonight.
I’m going to be a dancer when I grow up.
be going to do something

A2 used to say that something is expected to happen in the future

-일 것이다
It’s going to snow tonight.
go badly, well, etc.

B1 to happen in a particular way

상태가 변하다
My exams went really well.

B1 to disappear or no longer exist

When I turned round, the man had gone.

B1 If a road, path, etc. goes in a particular direction, it leads there.

(길이) 연결되다
This road goes to Birmingham.
go bald, blind, etc.

B1 to become bald, blind, etc.

-가 되다
He went bald when he was 30.

B1 If two things go, they match each other.

Does the jacket go with the trousers?

to work correctly

I managed to get the car going.

to stop working correctly

망가지다, 가다
She’s very old and her hearing is going.

to have a particular tune or words

(노래가)되다, 가다
I can’t remember how that song goes.

If time goes, it passes.

시간이 가다
The day went very quickly.

to make a particular sound or movement

특정 소리를 내다, 특정 동작을 하다
A cow goes ‘moo’.
“to go

mainly US If you ask for food to go in a restaurant, you are asking for food that you can take away.

I would like a large cheese pizza to go.
noun uk /ɡəʊ/ us /ɡoʊ/ plural goes mainly UK

B1 a time when you do something in a game

Throw the dice, Jane, it’s your go.

the act of trying to do something

I had a go at catching a fish.

(Übersetzung von “go” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)