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  1. going

    • IPA[ˈɡəʊɪŋ]

    英式

    • n.
      an act of leaving a place; a departure;the condition of the ground viewed in terms of suitability for horse racing, riding, or walking
    • adj.
      existing or available; to be had;(of a price) accepted or usual at the current time
    • noun: going, plural noun: goings

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of leaving a place; a departure:

      don't lose track of your child's comings and goings

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

      the going was ideal here, with short turf and a level surface

    • 3. progress affected by the condition of the ground:

      the paths were covered with drifting snow and the going was difficult

    • 4. conditions for, or progress in, an endeavour:

      an opportunity to get out while the going is good

      she is a big support when the going gets tough

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. existing or available; to be had:

      he asked if there were any other jobs going

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

      people willing to work for the going rate

    • v.
      move from one place to another; travel:
    • he went out to the shops

      she longs to go back home

    • n.
      an attempt or trial at something:
    • have a go at answering the questions yourself
    • adj.
      functioning properly:
    • all systems go

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    • v.
      move from one place to another; travel:
    • he went out to the store

      she longs to go back home

    • n.
      an attempt or trial at something:
    • I thought I'd give it a go
    • adj.
      functioning properly:
    • all systems go

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    • v.
      past participle of go
    • adj.
      no longer present; departed:
    • you were gone a long time

      the bad old days are gone

    • prep.
      (of time) past:
    • it's gone half past eleven

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    • v.
      past participle of go
    • adj.
      no longer present; departed:
    • the bad old days are gone

      while you were gone

    • prep.
      (of time) past:
    • it's gone half past eleven

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    • third person singular present of go

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    • past of go

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    • third person singular present of go

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

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    美式

    • n.
      an act or instance of leaving a place; a departure:
    • his going left an enormous gap in each of their lives
    • adj.
      existing or available; to be had:
    • he asked if there were any other jobs going

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  2. 知識+

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    • went off??

      go off 是為了某種目的而離開。 這裡是指為了作戰而離開。 when men went off to fight in world war I 當第一次世界大戰男人離家去打仗 注意, go...