to go  


    Definition of to go in English Dictionary

  • Adjectif
    1. IDI Served in a package or takeout container so as to be taken away from a restaurant rather than eaten on the premises.
      1. I'd like two burgers, two small orders of fries and two shakes, to go.
    2. IDI Remaining. To finish. (In a group of events or items) belonging to the subgroup that have not passed or have not been finished or have not been addressed yet.
      1. In my country, we go to public school for 12 years, and I have three more years to go.
      2. Right now, out of four bicycles, that's two down and two to go.
  • Plus d'exemples
    1. Utilisé au milieu de la phrase
      • Sometimes there are stacks and stacks of paper that have to go out to requestees which is very time consuming."
      • The two Gordon setters came obediently to heel. Sir Oswald Feiling winced as he turned to go home. He had felt a warning twinge of lumbago.
      • The alarm will go off at six a.m.   Just after he spotted the first plane on the horizon, sirens started to go off around the city. ‎
    2. Utilisé dans la fin de la phrase
      • If I were a television executive right now, I'd take my content, microchunk it, put a couple calls to a video ad server in the middle of it, and let it go wherever it wants to go.
      • She tapped her companion on the back to indicate that she was ready to go.
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      Mots semblables
      1. en togo
      2. en Togo
      3. en no go
      4. en tough
      5. en tongs
      Source: Wiktionnaire

      Meaning of to go for the defined word.

      Grammaticalement, ce idiome "to go" est un phrase, plus spécifiquement, un phrasebook. C'est aussi un adjectif.
      Définition: Niveau 1
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