He went to the window and looked out at the yard.
She goes to the office every morning and comes home in the evening.
I'm tired. Let's go home.
She went downstairs to the kitchen.
The train goes from New York to Chicago.
I went with my family to Rome last year.
We're going to Iowa for a week.
The car was going too fast.
How much farther do we have to go?
She went a long way to see him. See More
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The concept makes sense: design and develop the pieces in Germany, where people know about high-speed handling, then go build them in South Korea, where people know about cheap manufacture.—Kevin Smith, Car and Driver, 4 Mar. 2023 However, the cases increasingly being diagnosed in people in their 20s or 30s will still likely go unnoticed until symptoms develop.—Reynolds Lewis, NBC News, 4 Mar. 2023 The good news is that basic hygiene will go a long way.—Erin Prater, Fortune Well, 4 Mar. 2023 Keep your fine Italian loafers in the closet when inclement weather threatens and go for these solid and waterproof leather wingtips.—Men's Health, 3 Mar. 2023 My colleague Todd Martens visited a steampunk chocolate emporium staffed with robots (well, humans in robot costumes) and explored the history of establishments that go all in on a motif.—Ryan Fonseca, Los Angeles Times, 3 Mar. 2023 Choose from two colors, both of which are classic and can go with just about any exterior color scheme.—Brittany Vanderbill, Better Homes & Gardens, 3 Mar. 2023 The victim is now 19, and the money will go into a trust fund overseen by a guardian and established to pay for her ongoing treatment, care and counseling.—John Lynch, Arkansas Online, 3 Mar. 2023 The legislation will go into effect later this summer.—Abigail Adcox, Washington Examiner, 2 Mar. 2023
Click here to access the printable version of today’s CNN 10 transcript CNN 10 serves a growing audience interested in compact on-demand news broadcasts ideal for explanation seekers on the go or in the classroom.—CNN, 5 Mar. 2023 Side access makes grabbing your camera on the go an easy feat as well.—Lauren Breedlove, Travel + Leisure, 1 Mar. 2023 This vacuum has a 16-foot cord to reach every corner of your vehicle and is compact enough to store under seats or in the trunk for cleanups on the go.—Megan Lasher, Popular Mechanics, 28 Feb. 2023 Better Buzz Vanilla Coffee Creamer Shots provide a convenient boost on the go, with all the delicious, creamy flavors of real vanilla.—Amber Smith, Discover Magazine, 28 Feb. 2023 From topping avocado toast for the easiest-ever egg recipe to snacking on the go, the incredible ingredient comes in handy.—Becca Miller, Good Housekeeping, 28 Feb. 2023 User-friendly and powerful enough to run programs like Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop, this portable device will be your go-to for work and play on the go.—Karl Klockars, PCMAG, 28 Feb. 2023 Lake & Skye’s 11 11 fragrance bottles up these light, refreshing notes—with a hint of musk–to evoke those memories on the go.—Nerisha Penrose, ELLE, 27 Feb. 2023 In homes where meat and fish were too expensive to procure, pancakes served as culinary staples that could be eaten on the go or taken back to work.—Grace Linden, Smithsonian Magazine, 21 Feb. 2023
If the Cowboys opt for the poison preferred recently by Carolina, Evans — Tampa Bay’s career receiving yardage leader — could conduct a go-route clinic.—Joey Knight, Dallas News, 14 Jan. 2023 This is my new go-spring treat for sunny afternoons and porch-chair traveling.—Kim Sunée, Anchorage Daily News, 22 Apr. 2021 See More
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Verb, Noun (1), and Adjective
Middle English gon, from Old English gān; akin to Old High German gān to go, Greek kichanein to reach, attain