'to go' 的定义
含 to go的例句
And it gave her fans in the city a chance to go up and say Hello. The Sun (2016)I was the first one to go out and say the same thing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)GONE are the days when exercising meant having to go make-up free. The Sun (2016)I try to ask her a question about marriage, but she says she has to go and get on with her very boring life. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The constant nagging from officials to downsize and be more fuel efficient seems to have (ironically ) encouraged motorists to go extra large. The Sun (2017)A year ago he accepted a promotion which meant he had to go on a three-month training course 200 miles away. The Sun (2016)And at least it's putting two good dancers against each other in the dance off, meaning one has to go while still keeping the fun factor. The Sun (2016)But the sheer prevalence of IT brings its own problems, quite apart from the fact that more kit means more things to go wrong. Computing (2010)People are spending huge amounts of money to go out. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That they are not means we have to go to court. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Sometimes things happen in life that mean you have to go on benefits. The Sun (2015)It is meant to go beyond our logic to answer our most basic questions. Christianity Today (2000)For them hitting the jackpot simply means being able to go to school. The Sun (2009)She then says she has to go find Noel. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Our scene may not have needed tongues but a laugh from me halfway through the second take meant we had to go again. The Sun (2015)Negotiations aren't meant to go that smoothly. The Sun (2014)It meant we had already finished the first bottle, which was meant to go with. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It doesn't mean you have to go backwards or stop. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It doesn't mean you have to go. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Having a gap year or trying to find work experience might be possible if that meant being able to go to university next year. Times, Sunday Times (2009)That means a lot to go out first and lead the team, put some blue on the board to inspire the others. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You're not meant to go into clothes cupboards or drawers; hanging rails are provided. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Note: Things are meant to go right. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)We'd won it once in normal time, it just meant we had to go out and win it again. The Sun (2006)It might have afforded him some consolation could he have known that Miss Bart had really meant to go to church. The House of Mirth (1905)So he leaves it on, but turns the thermostat down, which means you have to go downstairs to turn it up again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)After the race I was getting texts and calls saying we had to go to Kempton. Times, Sunday Times (2011)EVERY time we buy a second-hand car, there are more electrical components and sensors meaning more to go wrong. The Sun (2011)
to go 的趋势
极其常用。在柯林斯辞典中， to go 是1千个最常用词之一。
to go 的定义—— 柯林斯 英语词典
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