goverbuk /ɡəʊ/ us /ɡoʊ/ (present participle going, past tense went, past participle gone)
go verb (MOVE/TRAVEL)
- You won't be able to go swimming tomorrow if your cold hasn't cleared up.
- You should change trains at Peterborough if you're going to Newcastle.
- We went dancing at a nightclub.
- I was thinking we might go on a shopping trip on Saturday.
- Simon and Jo have gone to visit their grandmother this weekend.
go verb (LEAVE)
You can also find related words, phrases, and synonyms in the topics:
go verb (LEAD)
go verb (FUTURE TIME)
- I'm going to check out that new club.
- Come on - we're going to be late if you don't hurry!
- My lawyer is going to compose a letter of complaint.
- Have you considered your mother and how she's going to feel about you leaving?
- There's a slight coolness in the air - do you think it's going to rain?
go verb (BECOME)
go verb (MOVE BODY)
go verb (OPERATE)
go verb (TIME)
go verb (BE)
go verb (START)
go verb (DIVIDE)
go verb (SAY)
go verb (WEAKEN)
go verb (NOISE)
go verb (BE EXPRESSED)
go verb (HAPPEN)
go verb (BE SITUATED)
go verb (BE SOLD)
go verb (BE ACCEPTABLE)
go verb (BE KNOWN)
go verb (DEVELOP)
gonounuk /ɡəʊ/ us /ɡoʊ/ (plural goes)
go noun (ATTEMPT)
- I can't do the crossword. Do you want to have a go?
- After several goes at the puzzle, she eventually gave up.
- They each had a go at lifting the box, but neither of them could move it.
- If you fail the test this time, you can have another go at it in August.
- I don't know if I can fix the taps but I'll have a go.
go noun (OPPORTUNITY)
go noun (CRITICIZE)
go noun (ENERGY)