go Definition

  • 1to move from one place to another
  • 2to leave a place
  • 3to travel a particular distance or in a particular direction

Using go: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "go" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    I need to go to the store.

  • Example

    He went home early.

  • Example

    Let's go for a walk.

go Synonyms and Antonyms

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Antonyms for go

Idioms Using go

  • go bananas

    to become very excited or angry


    When he saw the surprise party, he went bananas with excitement.

  • to make an extra effort to achieve something


    If you want to succeed, you have to be willing to go the extra mile.

  • to stop worrying about something or holding a grudge


    It's time to let it go and move on.

Phrases with go

  • go ahead

    to start or proceed with something


    You can go ahead and start without me.

  • to agree with or support someone or something


    I'll go along with your plan.

  • to take a risk or try something new


    I'm nervous, but I'm going to go for it.


Summary: go in Brief

The verb 'go' [ɡoʊ] means to move from one place to another, leave a place, or travel in a particular direction. It is a versatile word used in many contexts, such as 'I need to go to the store,' 'He went home early,' and 'Let's go for a walk.' 'Go' has various phrases and idioms, including 'go ahead,' 'go bananas,' and 'let it go.'

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