go to show/prove


: to help show or prove something
Her success goes to show that if you work hard, you can make your dreams come true.

Examples of go to show/prove in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web But the researchers still have a ways to go to prove that their approach will really be useful to overweight people. IEEE Spectrum, 22 May 2018 Researchers still have a long way to go to prove the technique captures lightning efficiently. Byadrian Cho, science.org, 16 Jan. 2023 For companies looking to manage the impact of inflation while maintaining brand loyalty, these examples go to show that the best and most pioneering companies always put customer needs at the center of their innovation strategy. Camille Nicita, Forbes, 8 Aug. 2022 The bottom line The banks have had it rough since the start of the year, and these layoffs just go to show the market isn’t picking up any time soon. Q.ai - Powering A Personal Wealth Movement, Forbes, 3 May 2023 Just how far will Dre go to show her commitment to the cult of Ni’Jah? Joshua Alston, Variety, 15 Mar. 2023 By June, Rasmussen and his top administrators at Granite Creek were ordering sick and COVID-19 infected staff members to go to show up for work. Caitlin McGlade, The Arizona Republic, 3 May 2021

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“Go to show/prove.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/go%20to%20show%2Fprove. Accessed 15 Jun. 2024.

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