go /gəʊ/ noun [C] (plural goes)
TRY UK › when someone tries to do something: I had a go at catching a fish. If you think you might like skiing, why don't you give it a go (= try to do it)?
TURN mainly UK › someone's turn to do something: Throw the dice Jane, it's your go.
have a go at sb UK › to criticize someone angrily: My mother's always having a go at me about my hair.
make a go of sth › to try to make something succeed, usually by working hard: They're determined to make a go of their business.