get-go definition

  • noun:
    • Informal first; outset: "My candidate from the get-go . . . never got going.” ( David Nyhan).
    • The beginning.
    • casual first; outset: "My candidate through the get-go . . . never ever got going.” ( David Nyhan).
    • the full time of which one thing is supposed to begin
    • the start.
    • enough time at which anything is meant to begin with
    • casual the start; outset: "My prospect through the get-go . . . never got going.” ( David Nyhan).
    • the start.
    • the full time from which some thing is meant to start
    • Informal The beginning; outset: "My candidate from the get-go . . . never got going.” ( David Nyhan).
    • The beginning.
    • enough time where one thing is meant to begin
    • casual first; outset: "My prospect from the get-go . . . never got going.” ( David Nyhan).
    • Informal the start; outset: "My applicant through the get-go . . . never got going.” ( David Nyhan).
    • Informal the start; outset: "My applicant from the get-go . . . never got going.” ( David Nyhan).
    • Informal The beginning; outset: "My candidate through the get-go . . . never ever got going.” ( David Nyhan).
    • the start.
    • first.
    • The beginning.
    • enough time at which some thing is supposed to begin with
    • enough time where something is supposed to begin with
    • enough time from which anything is supposed to start
    • the start.
    • the full time at which some thing is supposed to begin with

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