Bedeutung von “go” — Learner’s Dictionary

go

verb [ I ] us uk /ɡəʊ/ present participle going, past tense went, past participle gone
Extra Examples
Come on, you guys, let's go home.I have to go to Manchester tomorrow.Unfortunately I couldn't go because of illness.We went to Paris on our honeymoon.Three boys went past us on mountain bikes.
MOVE

A1 to move or travel somewhere:

I'd love to go to America.
We went into the house.
Are you going by train?
DO SOMETHING

A1 to move or travel somewhere in order to do something:

Let's go for a walk.
DISAPPEAR

B1 to disappear or no longer exist:

When I turned round the man had gone.
go badly/well, etc

B1 to develop in a particular way:

My exams went really badly.
CONTINUE

to continue to be in a particular state:

We won't let anyone go hungry.
WORKING

B2 to work correctly:

Did you manage to get the car going?
STOP WORKING

B2 to stop working correctly:

Her hearing is going, so speak loudly.
MATCH

B1 If two things go, they match each other:

Any colour goes with jeans.
TIME

B2 If time goes, it passes:

The day went very quickly.
SONG

B2 to have a particular tune or words:

I can't remember how it goes.
SOUND/MOVEMENT

B2 to make a particular sound or movement:

My dog goes like this when he wants some food.

(Definition von “go verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)