go to definition

  • verb:
    • utilized apart from as an idiom: see get,‎ to.
    • To attend a meeting or a sight.
    • To often help.
    • to make it to work; (imperatively) come on.
    • utilized imperatively to express protest or shock; "come, now!".
    • be present at (meetings, chapel services, college), etc.
    • Pre-owned apart from as an idiom: see go,‎ to.
    • to wait a meeting or a sight.
    • To usually help.
    • To get to work; (imperatively) come-on.
    • Used imperatively to express protest or surprise; "come, now!".
    • utilized except that as an idiom: see get,‎ to.
    • To attend an event or a sight.
    • To usually support.
    • to access work; (imperatively) come on.
    • utilized imperatively to state protest or shock; "come, today!".
    • be there at (group meetings, church solutions, university), etc.
    • utilized except that as an idiom: see get,‎ to.
    • to go to a conference or a sight.
    • To will help.
    • To get to work; (imperatively) think about it.
    • Used imperatively to state protest or shock; "come, today!".
    • show up at (conferences, chapel services, college), etc.
    • Used other than as an idiom: see go,‎ to.
    • Used other than as an idiom: see go,‎ to.
    • utilized apart from as an idiom: see get,‎ to.
    • utilized except that as an idiom: see get,‎ to.
    • show up at (conferences, chapel solutions, college), etc.
    • to wait an event or a sight.
    • To attend a conference or a sight.
    • to wait an event or a sight.
    • to wait a conference or a sight.
    • To will help.
    • To will help.
    • To often help.
    • To tend to support.
    • To get to work; (imperatively) come on.
    • To get to work; (imperatively) seriously.
    • to make it to work; (imperatively) think about it.
    • applied imperatively to convey protest or surprise; "come, now!".
    • to access work; (imperatively) seriously.
    • utilized imperatively to state protest or surprise; "come, today!".
    • utilized imperatively expressing protest or surprise; "come, now!".
    • Used imperatively to express protest or shock; "come, now!".
    • show up at (conferences, church services, university), etc.
    • be present at (conferences, chapel solutions, college), etc.
    • be there at (conferences, chapel services, college), etc.
    • Used except that as an idiom: see go,‎ to.
    • to go to an event or a sight.
    • To will help.
    • Pre-owned besides as an idiom: see get,‎ to.
    • to go to an event or a sight.
    • To usually help.
    • to make it to work; (imperatively) come-on.
    • Used imperatively to state protest or shock; "come, today!".
    • to make it to work; (imperatively) come on.
    • utilized imperatively to convey protest or shock; "come, today!".
    • Used other than as an idiom: see go,‎ to.
    • To attend a meeting or a sight.
    • To have a tendency to support.
    • to access work; (imperatively) come-on.
    • utilized imperatively to state protest or surprise; "come, now!".
    • be there at (group meetings, church solutions, university), etc.
    • be there at (group meetings, chapel solutions, college), etc.
    • be present at (meetings, chapel services, institution), etc.
    • Used aside from as an idiom: see go,‎ to.
    • To attend an event or a sight.
    • To often help.
    • be present at (group meetings, chapel services, institution), etc.
    • To get to work; (imperatively) seriously.
    • Used imperatively to express protest or shock; "come, now!".
    • show up at (conferences, church solutions, university), etc.
  • noun:
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
    • The branching construct GOTO.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • arrive; move; subside; -- a phrase of exclamation, severe or ironical.
    • come; move; go-away; -- a phrase of exclamation, serious or ironical.
    • come; move; subside; -- a phrase of exclamation, really serious or ironical.
    • come; move; go away; -- a phrase of exclamation, serious or ironical.
    • come; move; go away; -- a phrase of exclamation, serious or ironical.
    • come; move; disappear; -- a phrase of exclamation, severe or ironical.
    • come; move; disappear; -- a phrase of exclamation, serious or ironical.
    • come; move; go away; -- a phrase of exclamation, severe or ironical.
    • come; move; subside; -- a phrase of exclamation, severe or ironical.
    • arrive; move; go-away; -- a phrase of exclamation, serious or ironical.
    • arrive; move; go away; -- a phrase of exclamation, really serious or ironical.
    • arrive; move; subside; -- a phrase of exclamation, severe or ironical.

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