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Go On

Go On - to continue; not to stop or wait

  • My sister told us to go on, and not to wait for her.
  • I am very tired I want to stop, but we must go on.
  • I left the party. I know the party will go on for a few more hours.
  • We hope the music does not go on for much longer.
  • The dogs can go on playing for hours.
  • It was so hard for my father to go on after my mother died.

Goof Up

Go Haywire

Goof Off

Go Under The Knife

Go Into Hock

Gyp

Goof Up

Get Under My Skin

Go Up In Flames

Go Cold Turkey

Get Your Feet Wet

Golden Years

Get The Sack

Get Off On The Wrong Foot

Get Rid Of

Get A Grip

Go Bananas

Get The Hang Of It

Go Under The Knife

Give Up

Get Your Act Together

Get Out Of Here

Get A Move On It

Golden Opportunity

Get The Boot

Go The Extra Mile

Go Downhill

Get Off Easy

Get Off My Case

Get (Someones) Wires Crossed

Go Mental

Go South

Gold Digger

Get On In Years

Get Out Of Hand

Good For Nothing

Get A Life

Give Green Light

Give My Word

Give A Hand

Get The Picture

Get The Ax

Get To The Heart Of

Give A Shot

Give Me A Ride

Go On

Going Dutch

Graveyard Shift

Green Thumb

Go Through The Roof

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