v. 走,去; 离开; 去参加; 去做…; 变得; 进展; 通向; 流逝; 相称; 放在; 花掉; 出售; 出价购买; 辞职; 被放入; 被寄出; 处于…; 开始; 运转; 做动作; 唱,说; 发出警告; 响起; 消失; 衰退; 死亡

n. 轮到的机会; 尝试; 精力



When you go somewhere, you move or travel there.

  • We went to Rome...


  • Gladys had just gone into the kitchen...



When you go, you leave the place where you are.

  • Let's go...


  • She's going tomorrow.



You use go to say that someone leaves the place where they are and does an activity, often a leisure activity.

  • We went swimming very early...


  • Maybe they've just gone shopping...


VERB去做…(可用go to do, 也可用go and do,美国英语中还可用go do,然而一般说 went and did)

When you go to do something, you move to a place in order to do it and you do it. You can also go and do something, and in American English, you can go do something. However, you always say that someone went and did something.

  • His second son, Paddy, had gone to live in Canada...


  • I must go and see this film...



If you go to school, work, or church, you attend it regularly as part of your normal life.

  • She will have to go to school...


  • His son went to a top university in America.



When you say where a road or path goes, you are saying where it begins or ends, or what places it is in.

  • There's a mountain road that goes from Blairstown to Millbrook Village.



You can use go in expressions such as 'don't go telling everybody', in order to express disapproval of the kind of behaviour you mention, or to tell someone not to behave in that way.

  • You don't have to go running upstairs every time she rings...


  • Don't you go thinking it was your fault.



You can use go with words like 'further' and 'beyond' to show the degree or extent of something.

  • He went even further in his speech to the conference...


  • Some physicists have gone so far as to suggest that the entire Universe is a sort of gigantic computer.



If you say that a period of time goes quickly or slowly, you mean that it seems to pass quickly or slowly.

  • The weeks go so quickly!



If you say where money goes, you are saying what it is spent on.

  • Most of my money goes on bills...


  • The money goes to projects chosen by the wider community.



If you say that something goes to someone, you mean that it is given to them.

  • A lot of credit must go to the chairman and his father...


  • The job went to Yuri Skokov, a capable administrator.



If someone goes on television or radio, they take part in a television or radio programme.

  • The Turkish president has gone on television to defend stringent new security measures...


  • We went on the air, live, at 7.30.



If something goes, someone gets rid of it.

  • The Institute of Export now fears that 100,000 jobs will go...


  • If people stand firm against the tax, it is only a matter of time before it has to go.



If someone goes, they leave their job, usually because they are forced to.

  • He had made a humiliating tactical error and he had to go.



If something goes into something else, it is put in it as one of the parts or elements that form it.

  • ...the really interesting ingredients that go into the dishes that we all love to eat.



If something goes in a particular place, it fits in that place or should be put there because it is the right size or shape.

  • He was trying to push it through the hole and it wouldn't go.


  • ...This knob goes here.



If something goes in a particular place, it belongs there or should be put there, because that is where you normally keep it.

  • The shoes go on the shoe shelf...


  • 'Where does everything go?'



If you say that one number goes into another number a particular number of times, you are dividing the second number by the first.

  • Six goes into thirty five times.



If one of a person's senses, such as their sight or hearing, is going, it is getting weak and they may soon lose it completely.

  • His eyes are going; he says he has glaucoma...


  • Lately he'd been making mistakes; his nerve was beginning to go.



If something such as a light bulb or a part of an engine is going, it is no longer working properly and will soon need to be replaced.

  • I thought it looked as though the battery was going.



If you say that someone is going or has gone, you are saying in an indirect way that they are dying or are dead.

  • 'Any hope?' 'No, he's gone.'




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

  • it's my go
  • a spell of work

2. street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine

    3. a usually brief attempt;

    • he took a crack at it
    • I gave it a whirl

    4. a board game for two players who place counters on a grid; the object is to surround and so capture the opponent's counters


      1. change location; move, travel, or proceed;

      • How fast does your new car go?
      • We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus
      • The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect
      • The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell

      2. 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

      3. move away from a place into another direction;

      • Go away before I start to cry
      • The train departs at noon

      4. enter or assume a certain state or condition;

      • He became annoyed when he heard the bad news
      • It must be getting more serious
      • her face went red with anger
      • She went into ecstasy
      • Get going!

      5. be awarded; be allotted;

      • The first prize goes to Mary
      • Her money went on clothes

      6. have a particular form;

      • the story or argument runs as follows
      • as the saying goes...

      7. stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point;

      • Service runs all the way to Cranbury
      • His knowledge doesn't go very far
      • My memory extends back to my fourth year of life
      • The facts extend beyond a consideration of her personal assets

      8. follow a certain course;

      • The inauguration went well
      • how did your interview go?

      9. be abolished or discarded;

      • These ugly billboards have to go!
      • These luxuries all had to go under the Khmer Rouge

      10. be or continue to be in a certain condition;

      • The children went hungry that day

      11. make a certain noise or sound;

      • She went `Mmmmm'
      • The gun went `bang'

      12. perform as expected when applied;

      • The washing machine won't go unless it's plugged in
      • Does this old car still run well?
      • This old radio doesn't work anymore

      13. to be spent or finished;

      • The money had gone after a few days
      • Gas is running low at the gas stations in the Midwest

      14. progress by being changed;

      • The speech has to go through several more drafts
      • run through your presentation before the meeting

      15. continue to live; endure or last;

      • We went without water and food for 3 days
      • These superstitions survive in the backwaters of America
      • The racecar driver lived through several very serious accidents

      16. pass, fare, or elapse; of a certain state of affairs or action;

      • How is it going?
      • The day went well until I got your call

      17. pass from physical life and lose all all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life;

      • She died from cancer
      • They children perished in the fire
      • The patient went peacefully

      18. be in the right place or situation;

      • Where do these books belong?
      • Let's put health care where it belongs--under the control of the government
      • Where do these books go?

      19. be ranked or compare;

      • This violinist is as good as Juilliard-trained violinists go

      20. begin or set in motion;

      • I start at eight in the morning
      • Ready, set, go!

      21. have a turn; make one's move in a game;

      • Can I go now?

      22. be contained in;

      • How many times does 18 go into 54?

      23. be sounded, played, or expressed;

      • How does this song go again?

      24. blend or harmonize;

      • This flavor will blend with those in your dish
      • This sofa won't go with the chairs

      25. lead, extend, or afford access;

      • This door goes to the basement
      • The road runs South

      26. be the right size or shape; fit correctly or as desired;

      • This piece won't fit into the puzzle

      27. go through in search of something; search through someone's belongings in an unauthorized way;

      • Who rifled through my desk drawers?

      28. be spent;

      • All my money went for food and rent

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

      • I plumped for the losing candidates

      30. stop operating or functioning;

      • The engine finally went
      • The car died on the road
      • The bus we travelled in broke down on the way to town
      • The coffee maker broke
      • The engine failed on the way to town
      • her eyesight went after the accident


      1. functioning correctly and ready for action;

      • all systems are go


      advance, progress, proceed, move on, go


      • advance :主要用于具体的人或物,也可指科学技术和运动等。
      • progress :指按某一既定目标前进,取得发展,目的性很明确,强调经常和稳定地前进。
      • proceed :侧重指继续前进。
      • move on :非正式用语,侧重从某一停止点向某地前进,但不表示前进的目的地。
      • go :最常用词,含义宽泛而不确切,依上文确定其具体意思。

      become, get, grow, turn, go, come


      • become : 最普通用词,作为连系动词,指从一个状态向另一个状态的变化。
      • get : 常指某人或某物有意无意地获得引起变化的因素,结果使变成另一状态。
      • grow : 常指逐渐地变成新状态,强调渐变的过程。
      • turn : 侧重指变得与原来截然不同,有时含贬义。
      • go : 作为连系动词,通常与形容词连用,指进入某种状态,从而发生变化,多指不好的状态。
      • come : 侧重变化的经过或过程,多用于不良情况。

      depart, leave, go, start, quit, set out


      • depart : 较正式用词,指经过周密考虑或郑重地离开,强调离开的起点。
      • leave : 侧重出发地而不是目的地。
      • go : 一般用词,指从所在地到其它地方去,着重目的地而非出发地。
      • start : 可与leave换用,强调目的地,但不及leave普通。
      • quit : 侧重指离开令人烦恼的地方,或摆脱使人不快的人或事。
      • set out : 书面用词。


      1. all the go


      2. as (或 so) far as it goes


      3. as —— go


      4. from the word go


      5. get someone going


      6. go figure!

        (北美,非正式)[用来表示说话人认为某事是令人吃惊的,难以置信的] 真不敢相信

      7. go great guns

      8. go halves


      9. going!, gone!


      10. go off on one


      11. going on ——(英亦作 going on for)


      12. go (to) it


      13. go to show


      14. go well



      You don't have to go now.


      Which of you will go with me?


      " Go and join the army,'said his wife. " I won't hinder you. "

      “ 去参军吧, ” 他妻子说: “ 我不会阻拦你的. ”

      After having spent wholemornings on the river, I always go home with an empey bag.

      把每天上午的时间都花在河上之后, 我总是带着空包回家.

      If I don't go to the party, I shall feel I'm missing out.

      如果我不去参加聚会, 我将会感到错失良机.





      vi. 离去;移动