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  1. go
    IPA[ɡō]
  2. v. verb

    • 1. move from one place or point to another; travel:

      he went out to the store she longs to go back home we've got a long way to go
      Synonym : move, proceed, make one's way, advance, progress, pass, walk, travel, journey, betake oneself
    • 2. travel a specified distance:

      you just have to go a few miles to get to the road
    • 3. travel or move in order to engage in a specified activity or course of action:

      let's go and have a beer we went to see her she used to go hunting
    • 4. attend or visit for a particular purpose:

      we went to the movies he went to Brown University
    • 5. begin motion (used in a starter's order to begin a race):

      ready, set, go!
    • 6. (of a rank or honor) be allotted or awarded:

      the top prize went to a twenty-four-year-old sculptor
      Synonym : be given, be donated, be granted, be presented, be awarded, be devoted, be handed (over)
    • 7. (of a thing) contribute to or be put into (a whole); be used for or devoted to:

      considerable effort went into making the operation successful
    • 8. pass a specified amount of time in a particular way or under particular circumstances:

      sometimes they went for two months without talking
    • 9. used to indicate how many people a supply of food, money, or another resource is sufficient for or how much can be achieved using it:

      the sale will go a long way toward easing the huge debt burden a little luck can go a long way
    • 10. (of a thing) lie or extend in a certain direction:

      the scar started just above her ankle and went all the way up inside her leg
      Synonym : extend, stretch, reach, lead
    • 11. change in level, amount, or rank in a specified direction:

      prices went up by 15 percent
    • 12. used to emphasize the speaker's annoyance at a specified action or event:

      then he goes and spoils it all don't go poking your nose where you shouldn't
    • 13. said in various expressions when angrily or contemptuously dismissing someone:

      go and get stuffed
    • 14. leave; depart:

      I really must go
    • 15. (of time) pass or elapse:

      the hours went by three years went past
      Synonym : pass, elapse, slip by/past, roll by/past, tick away, fly by/past
    • 16. come to an end; cease to exist:

      a golden age that has now gone for good 11,500 jobs are due to go by next year
      Synonym : disappear, vanish, be no more, cease to exist, come to an end, be over, run its course, fade away, finish, end, cease
    • 17. leave or resign from a post:

      I tried to persuade the Chancellor not to go
    • 18. be lost or stolen:

      when he returned minutes later, his equipment was gone
    • 19. die (used euphemistically):

      I'd like to see my grandchildren before I go
      Synonym : die, pass away, pass on, lose one's life, expire, breathe one's last, perish, go to meet one's maker, give up the ghost, kick the bucket, croak, buy it, bite the big one, buy the farm, check out, decease, depart this life
    • 20. (of money) be spent, especially in a specified way:

      the rest of his money went into medical expenses
      Synonym : be used up, be spent, be exhausted, be consumed, be drained, be depleted
    • 21. intend or be likely or intended to be or do something; be about to (used to express a future tense):

      I'm going to be late for work she's going to have a baby
    • 22. pass into a specified state, especially an undesirable one:

      the food is going bad her mind immediately went blank he's gone crazy
      Synonym : become, get, turn, grow
    • 23. enter into a specified state, institution, or course of action:

      she turned over and went back to sleep the car went into a spin no one went hungry in our house
    • 24. make a sound of a specified kind:

      the engine went bang
    • 25. (of a bell or similar device) make a sound in functioning:

      I heard the buzzer go four times
      Synonym : make a sound, sound, reverberate, resound, ring, chime, peal, toll, clang
    • 26. say:

      the kids go, “Yeah, sure.”
    • 27. be known or called by (a specified name):

      he now goes under the name Charles Perez
    • 28. proceed in a specified way or have a specified outcome; turn out:

      how did the weekend go? it all went off smoothly
      Synonym : turn out, work out, develop, come out, result, end (up), pan out
    • 29. be successful, especially in being enjoyable or exciting:

      the hosts had to struggle to make things go
    • 30. be acceptable or permitted:

      underground events where anything goes
    • 31. (of a song, account, verse, etc.) have a specified content or wording:

      if you haven't heard it, the story goes like this
    • 32. be harmonious, complementary, or matching:

      rosemary goes with roast lamb the earrings and the scarf don't really go
      Synonym : match, be harmonious, harmonize, blend, be suited, be complementary, coordinate, be compatible
    • 33. be found in the same place or situation; be associated:

      cooking and eating go together
    • 34. (of a machine or device) function:

      my car won't go
      Synonym : function, work, run, operate
    • 35. continue in operation or existence:

      the committee was kept going even when its existence could no longer be justified
    • 36. (of an article) be regularly kept or put in a particular place:

      remember which card goes in which slot
      Synonym : belong, be kept
    • 37. fit or be able to be accommodated in a particular place or space:

      you're trying to fit a round peg into a square hole, and it just won't go
    • 38. use a toilet; urinate or defecate.

    n.名詞

  3. 變化形

    • n.: noun: go, plural noun: goes

    • v.: verb: go, 3rd person present: goes, gerund or present participle: going, past tense: went, past participle: gone

    • verb

      move from one place to another; travel:

      travel a specified distance:

    • noun

      an attempt or trial at something:

      a person's turn to use or do something:

    • noun

      a Japanese board game of territorial possession and capture.
    • n.名詞

      a Japanese board game of territorial possession and capture.
    • run or ride against the direction taken by a quarry
    • adjective

      no longer present; departed:

      no longer in existence; dead or extinct:

    • adjective

      no longer present; departed:

      no longer in existence; dead or extinct:

    • n.名詞

      an act or instance of leaving a place; a departure:

      the condition of the ground viewed in terms of suitability for walking, riding, or other travel (used especially in the context of horse racing):

    • adjective

      existing or available; to be had:

      (especially of a price) generally accepted as fair or correct; current:

    • noun

      an act of leaving a place; a departure:

      the condition of the ground viewed in terms of suitability for horse racing, riding, or walking:

    • adjective

      existing or available; to be had:

      (of a price) accepted or usual at the current time:

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