go के समानार्थी
to move or proceed to or from a placeIt took us an hour to go three miles.
She waited for him to get up, but he didn't move.
You can travel to Helsinki tomorrow.
She has journeyed on horseback through Africa and Turkey.
She proceeded along the hallway.
A car passed me going quite fast.
Come on, let's go.
Just pack your bags and leave.
She was not allowed to leave the country.
The waiter poured the water and then withdrew.
We repaired to the pavilion for lunch.
depart, , , ,
In the morning Mr McDonald departed for Sydney.
We had better make tracks soon, hadn't we?
to lead to a particular placeThere's a mountain road that goes from Blairstown to Millbrook Village.
The week has gone so quickly!
Forty-eight hours have elapsed since his arrest.
As the years passed, they grew discontented.
A stream flowed down into the valley.
He continued to live in the States after his visa had expired.
Her membership of the party has lapsed.
He just slipped away in my arms.
to be allotted to a particular purpose or recipientThe money goes to projects chosen by the Board.
Those days have gone forever.
Talks have resumed to try to end the fighting.
This crisis will pass eventually.
Her feelings lightened as the storm passed.
The teaching day finished at around 4pm.
The immediate threat has disappeared.
Almost miraculously, the noise ceased.
Dinosaurs vanished from the earth millions of years ago.
He had made a humiliating tactical error, and had to go.
be laid off,
get the sack,
get the chop,
get your P45 (British, informal),
get your pink slip (US, informal)
to be kept in a particular placeThe shoes go on the shoe shelf.
This piece really belongs in a museum.
to dieI want you to have my jewellery after I've gone.
His grandfather died last year.
the ferry disaster in which 193 passengers perished
buy it (US, slang),
He expired in excruciating agony.
check out (US, slang),
kick it (slang),
Having nearly croaked twice, I'm grateful to be alive.
give up the ghost, , ,
kick the bucket (slang),
I don't plan on kicking the bucket for another thirty years.
peg it (informal),
cark it (Australian, New Zealand, slang),
pop your clogs (informal)
to do or become as specifiedYou'd better serve it up before it goes cold.
to follow a specified courseShe says everything is going smoothly.
to operate or functionMy car isn't going very well at the moment.
The authorities say the prison is now functioning properly.
The pump doesn't work and we have no running water.
the staff who have kept the bank running
The machine operates at a pace of just 2 miles per hour.
This car performs well.
The bell went for the break.
That jacket and those trousers don't really go.
Their strengths in memory and spatial skills matched.
Make sure all the patches blend together
The two maps of London correspond closely.
She doesn't fit the description of the suspect.
I don't think a sedentary life would altogether suit me.
The music had to harmonize with the seasons.
to be spent or finishedAfter a couple of years, all her money had gone.
be used up,
an attemptIt took us two goes to get the colour right.
a deliberate attempt to destabilize defence
I didn't really expect anything, but it was worth a try.
He made no effort to hide.
a bid to silence its critics
I'd love to have a crack at the title next year.
My first essay in running a company was a disaster.
Several times tennis stars have had a stab at acting.
Let me have a whack at trying to fix the car.
a turn to do something in a gameWhose go is it next?
the quality of being active and energetic(informal) Considering her age, she still has a lot of go in her.
At 65 years old, her energy is wonderful.
The town itself was full of life and character.
He is best remembered for his drive and enthusiasm.
They played with spirit.
They need something to put the pep back in their lives.
He fell in love with her for her vitality and sense of fun.
He lacks the vigour of a normal, healthy teenager.
He played with great vigour.
He played with great style and verve.
slamming the door behind her with all her force
get-up-and-go (informal), ,
She's got more get-up-and-go than anyone I know.
The performance was full of brio.
She danced past, bubbling with vivacity.
See go about something
See go ahead
See go at something
See go away
See go back
See go by
See go by something
See go down
See go far
See go for someone
See go for something
See go off
See go on
See go out
See go out with
See go through
See go together
See go under
See go up
See no go
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अतिरिक्त समानार्थी शब्द
in the sense of bid
an attempt, esp. to attain powera bid to silence its critics
in the sense of blend
to look good togetherMake sure all the patches blend together
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Life on the edge
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