GO, v.i. pret. went; pp. gone.
10. To proceed in mental operations; to advance; to penetrate. We can go but a very little way in developing the causes of things.
11. To proceed or advance in accomplishing an end. This sun will not go far towards full payment of the debt.
12. To apply; to be applicable. The argument goes to this point only; it goes to prove too much.
13. To apply one's self.
14. To have recourse to; as, to go to law.
15. To be about to do; as, I was going to say. I am going to begin harvest. [This use is chiefly confined to the participle.]
16. To pass; to be accounted in value. All this goes for nothing. This coin goes for a crown.
17. To circulate; to pass in report. The story goes.
18. To pass; to be received; to be accounted or understood to be.
19. To move, or be in motion; as a machine. [See No.1.]
20. To move as fluid; to flow.
21. To have a tendency.
22. To be in compact or partnership.
23. To be guided or regulated; to proceed by some principle or rule. We are to go by the rules of law, or according to the precepts of scripture.
24. To be pregnant. The females of different animals go some a longer, some a shorter time.
25. To pass; to be alienated in payment or exchange. If our exports are of less value than our imports, our money must go to pay the balance.
26. To be loosed or released; to be freed from restraint. Let me go; let go the hand.
27. To be expended. His estate goes or has gone for spirituous liquors. [See No. 24.]
28. To extend; to reach. The line goes from one end to the other. His land goes to the bank of the Hudson.
29. to extend or lead in any direction. This road goes to Albany.
30. To proceed; to extend. This argument goes far towards proving the point. It goes a great way towards establishing the innocence of the accused.
31. To have effect; to extend in effect; to avail; to be of force or value. Money goes farther now than it did during the war.
32. To extend in meaning or purport.
33. To have a currency or use, as custom, opinion or manners.
34. To contribute; to conduce; to concur; to be an ingredient; with to or into. The substances which go into this composition. Many qualifications go to make up the well bred man.
35. To proceed; to be carried on. The business goes on well.
36. To proceed to final issue; to terminate; to succeed.
37. To proceed in a train, or in consequences.
38. To fare; to be in a good or ill state.
39. To have a tendency or effect; to operate.
To go about, to set one's self to a business; to attempt; to endeavor.
To go abroad, to walk out of a house.
To go against, to invade; to march to attack.
To go aside, to withdraw; to retire into a private situation.
To go astray, to wander; to break from an inclosure; also, to leave the right course; to depart from law or rule; to sin; to transgress.
To go away, to depart; to go to a distance.
To go between, to interpose; to mediate; to attempt to reconcile or to adjust differences.
To go by, to pass near and beyond.
To go down, to descend in any manner.
To go forth to issue or depart out of a place.
To go forward, to advance.
To go hard with, to be in danger of a fatal issue; to have difficulty to escape.
To go in, to enter.
To go in to, to have sexual commerce with.
To go in and out, to do the business of life.
To go off, to depart to a distance; to leave a place or station.
To go on, to proceed; to advance forward.
To go out, to issue forth; to depart from.
To go over, to read; to peruse; to study.
To go through, to pass in a substance; as, to go through water.
To go through with, to execute effectually.
To go under, to be talked of or known, as by a title or name; as, to go under the name of reformers.go up, to ascend; to rise.
To go upon, to proceed as on a foundation; to take as a principle supposed or settled; as, to go upon a supposition.
To go with, to accompany; to pass with others.
To go ill with, to have ill fortune; not to prosper.
To go well with, to have good fortune; to prosper.
To go without, to be or remain destitute.
Go to, come, move, begin; a phrase of exhortation; also a phrase of scornful exhortation.