Word: go

Category: go

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Related words: go

you, go on, hbo, hbo go, let it go, go away, rooms to go, go daddy, go phone, go home, cs go, frozen, let her go, go pro, monkey go happy, check n go

Synonyms: go

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: go

spanish
marchar, hacerse, andar, funcionar, llegar, ...


german
funktionieren, reisen, halten, bekommen, laufen, ...

french
vas, aller, tentative, mourir, finir, ...

italian
funzionare, diventare

portuguese
andar, chegar, abalar, descer, acontecer, ...

dutch
lopen, worden, werken, gaan, verlopen, ...

russian
ступить, доходить, движение, пойдите, идти, ...

norwegian
reise, kjøre, gå

swedish

finnish
ulottua, tulla, saapua, kävellä, toimia, ...

danish
fare, blive, rejse, gå

czech
řídit, vést, jít, pokus, uplynout, ...

polish
iść, wyjeżdżać, próba, podróżować, udawać, ...

hungarian
numera, alku, vizsga

turkish
gitmek

greek
πηγαίνω

ukrainian
іти, ходити, подітися, поїхати, їхати, ...

albanian
shkoj, kaloj, vete

belarusian
адхазiць, скончыць, прыстань, хадзiць, адбыцца, ...

estonian
proov, o, minema, käima

croatian
namjeravati, postići, umrijeti, prolaziti

icelandic
fara, ganga

latin
incedo, vado, tendo, eo

lithuanian
važiuoti, veikti, dirbti, tapti, eiti

latvian
saglabāties, darboties, valkāties, kļūt, funkcionēt, ...

romanian
merge

slovenian
iti, hoditi, jezdit

slovak
choď, ísť

Popularity stats: go

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Most searched by cities

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The meaning and "use of": go

verb
  • move from one place or point to another; travel.
  • leave; depart.
  • intend or be likely or intended to be or do something; be about to (used to express a future tense).
  • pass into a specified state, especially an undesirable one.
  • proceed in a specified way or have a specified outcome; turn out.
  • be harmonious, complementary, or matching.
  • (of a machine or device) function.
  • (of an article) be regularly kept or put in a particular place.
  • use a toilet; urinate or defecate.

noun
  • an attempt or trial at something.
  • spirit, animation, or energy.
  • a Japanese board game of territorial possession and capture.

adjective
  • functioning properly.

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