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British English: gone /ɡɒn/ ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is gone is no longer present or no longer exists.
He was gone for about half an hour.
- American English: gone
- Arabic: رَاحِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: ausente
- Chinese: 离去的
- Croatian: otišao
- Czech: pryč
- Danish: væk
- Dutch: verdwenen
- European Spanish: desaparecido muerto
- Finnish: mennyt
- French: parti
- German: weg
- Greek: χαμένος
- Italian: andato
- Japanese: いなくなって
- Korean: 사라진
- Norwegian: borte
- Polish: miniony
- European Portuguese: ausente
- Romanian: plecat
- Russian: отсутствующий
- Spanish: desaparecido
- Swedish: försvunnen
- Thai: จากไป
- Turkish: geçmiş
- Ukrainian: зниклий
- Vietnamese: qua đời, mất đi
Definition of gone from the Collins English Dictionary
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