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Meaning of “going” - Learner’s Dictionary

going

adjective     /ˈɡəʊɪŋ/
the going price/rate, etc
the usual amount of money you would expect to pay for something: What's the going rate for babysitting these days? →  See also easy-going Habitual and customary
Translations of “going”
in Chinese (Traditional) 可得到的, 現有的, 現行的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可得到的, 现有的, 现行的…
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