gos, 3rd person singular present; gone, past participle; went, past tense; going, present participle; goes, 3rd person singular present;
all systems go
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
Travel a specified distance
you just have to go a few miles to get to the road
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
Attend or visit for a particular purpose
we went to the movies
he went to Brown University
Provide access to
that door goes to the garage
Begin motion (used in a starter's order to begin a race)
ready, set, go!
(of a rank or honor) Be allotted or awarded
the top prize went to a twenty-four-year-old sculptor
(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
Pass a specified amount of time in a particular way or under particular circumstances
sometimes they went for two months without talking
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
(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
Change in level, amount, or rank in a specified direction
prices went up by 15 percent
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
Said in various expressions when angrily or contemptuously dismissing someone
go and get stuffed
I really must go
(of time) Pass or elapse
the hours went by
three years went past
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
Leave or resign from a post
I tried to persuade the Chancellor not to go
Be lost or stolen
when he returned minutes later, his equipment was gone
Die (used euphemistically)
I'd like to see my grandchildren before I go
(of a thing) Be sold
all the produce went to the farmers’ market in Germantown
(of money) Be spent, esp. in a specified way
the rest of his money went into medical expenses
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
Pass into a specified state, esp. an undesirable one
the food is going bad
her mind immediately went blank
he's gone crazy
Enter into a specified state, institution, or course of action
she turned over and went back to sleep
the car went into a spin
Happen, proceed, or be for a time in a specified condition
no one went hungry in our house
Make a sound of a specified kind
the engine went bang
(of a bell or similar device) Make a sound in functioning
I heard the buzzer go four times
the kids go, “Yeah, sure.”
Be known or called by (a specified name)
he now goes under the name Charles Perez
Proceed in a specified way or have a specified outcome; turn out
how did the weekend go?
it all went off smoothly
Be successful, esp. in being enjoyable or exciting
the hosts had to struggle to make things go
Be acceptable or permitted
underground events where anything goes
(of a song, account, verse, etc.) Have a specified content or wording
if you haven't heard it, the story goes like this
Be harmonious, complementary, or matching
rosemary goes with roast lamb
the earrings and the scarf don't really go
Be found in the same place or situation; be associated
cooking and eating go together
(of a machine or device) Function
my car won't go
Continue in operation or existence
the committee was kept going even when its existence could no longer be justified
(of an article) Be regularly kept or put in a particular place
remember which card goes in which slot
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
Use a toilet; urinate or defecate
Bid, bet, or pay
A Japanese board game of territorial possession and capture
a time for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else); "it's my go"; "a spell of work"
functioning correctly and ready for action; "all systems are go"
travel: change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go? ...
Adam: street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine
follow a procedure or take a course; "We should go farther in this matter"; "She went through a lot of trouble"; "go about the world in a certain manner"; "Messages must go through diplomatic channels"
crack: a usually brief attempt; "he took a crack at it"; "I gave it a whirl"
The Go!! Show (also known simply as Go!!) was a top rating Australian popular music television series which aired on ATV-0 Melbourne from 1964 to 1967, and was produced by DYT Productions at the Channel 0 studios in Nunawading, Victoria.
Go was a television series for children that aired late-mornings on Saturdays on NBC between September of 1973 and September of 1976. It had the shortest title for a TV series until V debuted in 1984 on the same network. The first two seasons of Go explored various different occupations. ...
Go is a 1999 American drama film written by John August and directed by Doug Liman, with three intertwining plots that happen to involve one drug deal.
Go is a 2001 Japanese movie by Isao Yukisada, based on the novel of the same title by Kazuki Kaneshiro. The film stars Kubozuka Yōsuke (Sugihara/Lee) and Kou Shibasaki (Tsubaki Sakurai). ...
Go is a Bollywood film starring Gautam Gupta, Nisha Kothari and Kay Kay Menon in the lead roles. It is directed by Manish Shrivastava and produced by Ram Gopal Varma. The movie had bad reviews and performed poorly at the box office.
GO (previously GO NYC), is a "cultural roadmap for the city girl," and is the nation's most widely distributed, free, lesbian magazine. Based out of New York City, GO distributes 30,000 copies in 10 major cities, and receives 250,000 unique web hits monthly. ...
A turn at something; A turn in a game; An attempt; An approval to do something or a something that has been approved to do; To walk; to travel on one's feet. [11th-19th c.]; To move from one place to another. ^syn.^ ant.^ transl; To leave; to move away. ^syn. ...
Gorontalo, a province of Indonesia; Goiás, a state of Brazil
(gos) a goose
(GOES) (kcotjs), of Mytilene, attended Dareius Hystaspis in his Scythian expedition (see Clinton, F. H. ii. p. 313) as commander of the Mytile- naeans, and dissuaded the king from breaking up his bridge ol boats over the Danube, and so cutting off his own retreat. ...
(GOES) American geostationary satellites, GOES-E is positioned over the USA / South America and GOES-W is positioned over the Pacific Ocean. See also Meteosat and GMS.
(GOES) Satellites in geosynchronous orbit 22,370 miles above the Equator sending back satellite pictures to earth and relaying Data Collection Platform’s river and rainfall data back to the ground.
(GOE’s) General Ordination Exams; a set of uniform tests required of most seminarians before their graduation from seminary.
(Goes) Past or present tense of the verb "say." For example, "Den he goes, 'I like this place'!"
(Goes) Used in the context of general equities. (1) Trades ("10 IBM goes on at 115 "); see Print; (2) indicates a change in the stock's inside market ("Apple goes 3/4 bid").
(Goes) adjective to describe a lead (faint trail during a bushwack, unexplored part of a cave, route up a rock face) that pans out, or "goes" where you hoped it would, rather than dead-ending.
(GOS) Abbreviation for grade of service. - 1. The probability of a call's being blocked or delayed more than a specified interval, expressed as a decimal fraction. Note: Grade of service may be applied to the busy hour or to some other specified period or set of traffic conditions. ...
(GOS) Grade of Service. A specification which determines how often a radio or console user will receive a busy. This is typically rated as a percentage of the total calls being processed by the system.