English definition of “go on”
go on — Phrasal Verb with go
/gəʊ/ verb [I] (present participle going, past tense went, past participle gone)
LAST › to last for a particular period of time: The film seemed to go on forever.
CONTINUE › to continue doing something: [+ doing sth] We can't go on living like this.
go on to do sth › to do something else in the future: He went on to win the final.
HAPPEN › to happen: What's going on?
TALK UK › to talk in an annoying way about something for a long time: I wish she'd stop going on about her boyfriend.
TALK AGAIN › to start talking again after stopping for a short time: He paused and then went on with his story.
Go on informal › something that you say to encourage someone to do something: Go on, what happened next?