go on definition

  • verb:
    • utilized other than as an idiom: see get,‎ on.
    • to keep in level.
    • To continue an action.
    • To proceed.
    • to speak about an interest often or at great size.
    • this good sense?) To use and follow (information) to be able to understand a concern, decide, etc.
    • to occur (occur).
    • Pre-owned except that as an idiom: see go,‎ on.
    • start running, operating, or running
    • continue chatting
    • to carry on in extent.
    • come to pass
    • to carry on an action.
    • move forward, also in the metaphorical sense
    • To proceed.
    • carry on a specific condition, problem, or activity
    • to generally share a subject often or at great length.
    • this good sense?) To use and adopt (information) to be able to comprehend a problem, make a decision, etc.
    • To happen (occur).
    • begin running, working, or running
    • carry on speaking
    • visited pass
    • move forward, additionally in metaphorical good sense
    • continue a particular condition, condition, or task
    • utilized apart from as an idiom: see get,‎ on.
    • Pre-owned except that as an idiom: see go,‎ on.
    • to carry on in degree.
    • To continue in extent.
    • To continue an action.
    • to carry on an action.
    • To continue.
    • To proceed.
    • Used other than as an idiom: see go,‎ on.
    • To talk about a subject usually or at great size.
    • Pre-owned aside from as an idiom: see get,‎ on.
    • Used apart from as an idiom: see go,‎ on.
    • this feeling?) To use and follow (information) so that you can understand a problem, make a decision, etc.
    • to carry on in extent.
    • to keep in level.
    • To continue in level.
    • to share with you a subject usually or at great length.
    • utilized apart from as an idiom: see go,‎ on.
    • to carry on in extent.
    • this feeling?) To make use of and adopt (information) to be able to realize an issue, come to a decision, etc.
    • to take place (occur).
    • to keep an action.
    • To continue an action.
    • To proceed.
    • to carry on an action.
    • To proceed.
    • to occur (occur).
    • to fairly share a topic usually or at great length.
    • to generally share an interest usually or at great size.
    • To continue.
    • start operating, operating, or running
    • to share a topic frequently or at great length.
    • start working, working, or operating
    • this good sense?) To make use of and adopt (information) so that you can realize a problem, make a decision, etc.
    • carry on talking
    • this sense?) To use and adopt (information) so that you can realize a concern, come to a decision, etc.
    • to carry on an action.
    • Used aside from as an idiom: see go,‎ on.
    • To happen (occur).
    • this sense?) To utilize and adopt (information) being realize an issue, make a decision, etc.
    • visited pass
    • carry on speaking
    • to occur (occur).
    • come to pass
    • to occur (occur).
    • move ahead, additionally into the metaphorical sense
    • move ahead, additionally when you look at the metaphorical feeling
    • continue a particular state, problem, or task
    • begin operating, working, or operating
    • start working, working, or operating
    • carry on a particular condition, condition, or activity
    • continue talking
    • carry on chatting
    • start operating, operating, or running
    • arrived at pass
    • visited pass
    • carry on chatting
    • progress, in addition inside metaphorical sense
    • started to pass
    • continue a certain state, condition, or task
    • To continue.
    • to share with you an interest often or at great size.
    • this feeling?) To utilize and follow (information) to be able to understand a problem, make a decision, etc.
    • To happen (occur).
    • progress, in addition inside metaphorical sense
    • continue a particular condition, problem, or activity
    • start running, operating, or operating
    • Pre-owned aside from as an idiom: see go,‎ on.
    • continue speaking
    • To continue in extent.
    • arrive at pass
    • move forward, also into the metaphorical sense
    • carry on a certain condition, condition, or task
    • Pre-owned aside from as an idiom: see go,‎ on.
    • to carry on in extent.
    • Used besides as an idiom: see get,‎ on.
    • progress, also when you look at the metaphorical sense
    • to carry on an action.
    • to keep in level.
    • To continue an action.
    • to keep in level.
    • carry on a certain condition, problem, or activity
    • To continue.
    • To continue an action.
    • to carry on an action.
    • To continue.
    • To proceed.
    • to fairly share an interest often or at great length.
    • To proceed.
    • To talk about a topic usually or at great size.
    • to share with you a topic frequently or at great size.
    • this good sense?) To make use of and follow (information) being realize a concern, decide, etc.
    • this sense?) To make use of and follow (information) so that you can realize an issue, make a decision, etc.
    • to speak about an interest often or at great size.
    • this feeling?) To use and follow (information) to be able to understand an issue, make a decision, etc.
    • to take place (occur).
    • to occur (occur).
    • this feeling?) To make use of and follow (information) being comprehend a problem, make a decision, etc.
    • to take place (occur).
    • start operating, operating, or operating
    • to occur (occur).
    • begin operating, operating, or operating
    • begin running, functioning, or running
    • continue chatting
    • carry on speaking
    • carry on speaking
    • arrive at pass
    • start working, functioning, or operating
    • arrive at pass
    • arrived at pass
    • move forward, in addition inside metaphorical good sense
    • carry on chatting
    • move ahead, in addition into the metaphorical good sense
    • progress, in addition when you look at the metaphorical good sense
    • started to pass
    • continue a particular state, problem, or task
    • continue a particular condition, condition, or activity
    • continue a certain state, condition, or activity
    • progress, also within the metaphorical good sense
    • carry on a particular state, condition, or activity
  • interjection:
    • Expresses surprise, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses shock, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses shock, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses surprise, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses surprise, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses shock, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses surprise, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses shock, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses shock, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses shock, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses shock, disbelief or incredulity.
    • Expresses surprise, disbelief or incredulity.

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