go a long way definition

  • verb:
    • is adequate or ideal for a significant amount of time.
    • to attain substantial success.
    • suffice or perhaps sufficient for a time or even to a particular extent
    • becoming sufficient or ideal for a substantial period of time.
    • becoming adequate or great for an important amount of time.
    • to accomplish significant success.
    • To achieve substantial success.
    • suffice or perhaps sufficient for some time or to a particular extent
    • suffice or perhaps sufficient for some time or to a specific level
    • to-be sufficient or ideal for a significant amount of time.
    • To be adequate or ideal for an important timeframe.
    • To be sufficient or helpful for a significant amount of time.
    • becoming sufficient or helpful for a significant timeframe.
    • To be sufficient or helpful for a significant amount of time.
    • to obtain significant success.
    • to quickly attain considerable success.
    • to reach substantial success.
    • to attain substantial success.
    • suffice or perhaps adequate for a time or even to a specific level
    • suffice or perhaps adequate for some time or even a certain extent
    • suffice or perhaps sufficient for a time or even to a certain extent
    • suffice or be sufficient for a while or even to a particular extent
    • to produce significant success.
    • suffice or be adequate for a while or even to a certain extent

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