B1[C](US usuallyturn)an opportunity to play in a game, or to do or use something: Hey, it's Ken's go now! You've just had your go.Please can I have a go (= can I ride) on yourbike?I'll have a go at driving for a while if you're tired.
have a go at sbUK›to criticize someone: My Dad's always having a go at me about getting a properjob.
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