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go

noun [C]
 
 
/ɡəʊ/ ( plural goes)
TRY UK B2 when someone tries to do something
teşebbüs, kalkışma, girişme
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)?Trying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
TURN mainly UK B1 someone's turn to do something
sıra, sefer, keşik
Throw the dice Jane, it's your go.Opportunity Freedom to act
have a go at sb UK to criticize someone angrily
kızgınca eleştirmek, laf etmek, tenkit etmek
My mother's always having a go at me about my hair.Disapproving and criticizingDamaging reputation
make a go of sth to try to make something succeed, usually by working hard
zoru başarmak, başarılı kılmaya çalışmak
Trying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
Translations of “go”
in Arabic دَوْر, مُحاوَلة…
in Korean 차례, 시도…
in Malaysian tenaga…
in French allant…
in Italian turno, prova, tentativo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嘗試…
in Russian попытка, очередь…
in Polish próba, ≈ spróbować, kolej…
in Vietnamese sức sống…
in Spanish energía, empuje…
in Portuguese vez, tentativa…
in Thai พลังงาน…
in German der Schwung…
in Catalan torn, intent…
in Japanese (ゲームなどの)順番, 試み, やってみること…
in Indonesian energi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 尝试…
(Definition of go noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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