/gəʊ/verb[I](present participlegoing, past tensewent, past participlegone)
CHOOSE›to choose something: What sort of printer are you going to go for?
HAVEinformal›to try to have or achieve something: He'll be going for his third straight Olympic gold medal in the 200-meter dash.If you want it, go for it (= do what you need to do in order to have or achieve it).
GET›to try to get something: He tripped as he was going for the ball.
MONEY›If something goes for a particular amount of money, it is sold for that amount.