Definition of 'on the go'
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Troy is always on the go and smiling all the time. The Sun (2006)He was always on the go and very energetic. The Sun (2015)She always had projects on the go. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was outgoing and he always had something on the go. The Sun (2013)There's always an email on the go or a phone call to return between us. The Sun (2013)She very rarely moaned about the pain and would be always on the go wanting to go out to play with her friends. The Sun (2013)He was always on the go so he couldn't understand. The Sun (2012)He was always on the go, rushing around the house. The Sun (2014)He was a man with myriad interests, always on the go. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was a man of emotional extremes, always on the go to avoid boredom. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He doesn't sit and is always on the go. The Sun (2007)And always being on the go doesn't help me choose the healthiest options. The Sun (2013)I always have scripts on the go. The Sun (2012)In fact, the room has become a seductive retreat for a man who is always on the go. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She's always on the go. The Sun (2010)I'm one of those people who is always on the go anyway. The Sun (2012)Everything is so fast and I am always on the go. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Great for busy mums on the go, you can pin the ones that inspire you, then book that stylist online in a few seconds. The Sun (2016)
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