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She has an American accent.

NGSL Rank: 31
ɡəʊ Listen
  • move from one place to another; travel.
    E.g. he went out to the shops
  • leave; depart.
    E.g. I really must go
  • intend or be likely or intended to be or do something (used to express a future tense).
    E.g. I'm going to be late for work
  • pass into or be in a specified state, especially an undesirable one.
    E.g. the food is going bad
  • proceed or turn out in a specified way.
    E.g. how did the weekend go?
  • be harmonious, complementary, or matching.
    E.g. rosemary goes with roast lamb
  • (of a machine or device) function.
    E.g. my car won't go
  • contribute to or be put into (a whole).
    E.g. considerable effort went into making the operation successful
  • (of an article) be regularly kept or put in a particular place.
    E.g. remember which card goes in which slot
  • (of a song or account) have a specified content or wording.
    E.g. if you haven't heard it, the story goes like this
  • use a toilet; urinate or defecate.
    E.g. he had to go but couldn't, because she was still in the bathroom
  • an attempt or trial at something.
    E.g. have a go at answering the questions yourself
  • a person's turn to use or do something.
    E.g. I had a go on Nigel's racing bike
  • spirit, animation, or energy.
    E.g. there's no go in me at all these days
  • a state of affairs.
    E.g. this seems a rum sort of go
  • an enterprise which has been approved.
    E.g. tell them the project is a go
  • functioning properly.
    E.g. all systems go
  • a Japanese board game of territorial possession and capture.
cap in hand
  • humbly asking for a favour.
    E.g. we have to go cap in hand begging for funds

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