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Synonyms for go

be given


be dismissed


  • be dismissed
  • be fired
  • be discharged
  • be laid off
  • get the sack
  • get the chop
  • get your P45



  • belong
  • be kept
  • be located
  • be situated



be used up


  • be used up
  • be spent
  • be exhausted



go about something: tackle

go about something: engage in


go along with someone

go along with something

go around or round

go at something


go away


go back


go back on something


go by


go by something


go down: lose


go down: set


go down: sink


go down: be remembered


  • be remembered
  • be recorded
  • be recalled
  • be commemorated

go down with something


go far


go for someone: prefer


go for someone: attack


go for someone: scold

go for something: choose


go for something: try to get


  • try to get
  • reach for
  • clutch at
  • stretch for

go in for something

go into something: enter


go off: depart


go off: explode

go off: sound

go off: take place

go off: go bad


go on: happen

go on about something

go on doing something or go on with something

go out: see someone


go out: be extinguished


go over something: examine

go over something: rehearse

go through


  • be completed
  • be approved
  • be concluded
  • be carried through

go through something: search


go through something: examine

go through something: use up

go through with something

go together: harmonize


go together: go out

go under: fail

go under: sink

go up


go without something


go with something


no go

Synonyms for go

to move along a particular course

to proceed in a specified direction

to look to when in need

to proceed on a certain course or for a certain distance

to change or fluctuate within limits

to perform a function effectively

to move toward a termination

to have a proper or suitable place


to move past in time

to be depleted


to do or fare well

to put up as a stake in a game or speculation

to make an offer of


go along: to agree to cooperate or participate


go around: to pass around but not through

go around: to become known far and wide

go at: to start work on vigorously


go away: to move toward a termination

go back: to go again to a former place

go down: to come to the ground suddenly and involuntarily

go down: to undergo capture, defeat, or ruin

go far: to gain success

go for: to be favorably disposed toward

go for: to receive pleasure from

go for: to require a specified price


go in: to come or go into (a place)

go off: to release or cause to release energy suddenly and violently, especially with a loud noise

go on: to be in existence or in a certain state for an indefinitely long time

go on: to continue without halting despite difficulties or setbacks

go on: to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

go out: to be with another person socially on a regular basis

go over: to turn out well

go over: to look at carefully or critically

go over: to give a recapitulation of the salient facts of

go through: to participate in or partake of personally

go under: to undergo capture, defeat, or ruin

go under: to undergo sudden financial failure

go up: to move upward on or along

go with: to be in keeping with

a brief trial

a limited, often assigned period of activity, duty, or opportunity

in a state of preparedness

Synonyms for go

a time for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else)

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a usually brief attempt

a board game for two players who place counters on a grid

change location

follow a procedure or take a course

move away from a place into another direction

enter or assume a certain state or condition

have a particular form


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stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope

be abolished or discarded

be or continue to be in a certain condition

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perform as expected when applied

to be spent or finished

progress by being changed


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be in the right place or situation


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be ranked or compare

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begin or set in motion

lead, extend, or afford access


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be the right size or shape

go through in search of something


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be spent

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give support (to) or make a choice (of) one out of a group or number


functioning correctly and ready for action


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Across the 29 sub-Saharan African countries Gallup surveyed between 2006 and early 2008, a median of one in three residents (33%) said they or their families had gone without enough to eat several times or more in the past year, and a median of 26% said this had happened just once or twice in that period.
Recent publicity about the starting salaries of new associates at Boston law firms being in the range of $140,000/year, has not gone without notice.
ONE in 10 people in Scotland have gone without medicine, food or electricity because of poverty, it is claimed.
Union officials say employees they represent have gone without raises for three to five years because of the county's massive budget crisis.
For example, over the past two years more than four in ten adults (44%) say that either they themselves have gone without insurance or are financially responsible for a child or another adult who has gone without insurance.
PHOTO (1 -- 2) Los Angeles County employees held a lunchtime protest Thursday, left, demanding raises for the almost 81,000 workers who have gone without cost of living increases for at least four years.
This is the longest period Southern has gone without seeking rate relief since the 1970s.
Boulden said officers have gone without a contract for almost two years and are unable to properly protect children because of aging, faulty radios.
The settlement also allows Yankee Gas to maintain its base rates until the end of fiscal year 2000, resulting in an eight-year period in which Yankee Gas will have gone without an increase in its base rates.