go to


go to


Definition of GO TO

intransitive verb
archaic —used interjectionally as an exhortation <and they said one to another, go to, let us make brick — Genesis 11:3(Authorized Version)>
archaic —used interjectionally to express disapproval or disbelief <go to, go to; you have known what you should not — Shakespeare>

Examples of GO TO

  1. <when the sales representative refused to help us, we went to the store manager>

First Known Use of GO TO

15th century


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