Adjective: идущий действующий работающий существующий
Noun: отъезд ходьба поступь скорость передвижения


to get going / moving - начать действовать, взяться за дело

for going on a year - в течение года

going price - действующая цена, действительная цена

my watch is going too fast - мои часы слишком спешат

good going - хорошая дорожка

going of money - отлив денег

be going on - происходить; делаться

be going to - собираться; думать; идти

be going - направляться; намыливаться; навостриться

how's it going? - как идут дела?

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Everything was in going order. - Всё работало.

Are there any jobs going where you work? - Есть ли свободные вакансии там, где вы работаете?

The going got better as we neared the town. - Когда мы приблизились к городу, идти стало легче.

Debris in the street made the going difficult. - Из-за завалов идти по улице было трудно.

That's about half the going price on world oil market. - Это около половины действительной цены на мировом нефтяном рынке.

His going will be no great loss to the company. - Его уход не будет большой потерей для компании.

What's the going price for a good used washing machine? - Какова текущая цена за хорошую подержанную стиральную машину?

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Связанные термины:

go: When you go somewhere, you move or travel there.

goest: to move or proceed, esp to or from a point or in a certain direction

goeth: to move or proceed, esp to or from a point or in a certain direction

be going: to intend or be about to start (to do or be doing something): often used as an alternative future construction

get going: When you get going, you start doing something or start a journey, especially after a delay .

going on: You can use going on before a number to say that something has almost reached that number. For example, you can say that someone is going on 40 to indicate that they are nearly 40.

easy-going: If you describe someone as easy-going, you mean that they are not easily annoyed, worried, or upset, and you think this is a good quality.

going-over: If you give someone or something a going-over, you examine them thoroughly.

heavy going: a soft and muddy surface to race on

keep going: If you keep going, you continue doing things or doing a particular thing.

movie-going: the activity of attending films at the cinema

ocean-going: Ocean-going ships are designed for travelling on the sea rather than on rivers, canals, or lakes .

cinema-going: regularly attending the cinema

going begging: If you say that something is going begging, you mean that it is available but no one is using it or accepting it.

going concern: If a company is a going concern, it is actually doing business, rather than having stopped trading or not yet having started trading.

going strong: If someone or something is still going strong, they are still alive, in good condition, or popular after a long time.

be going to: If you say that something is going to happen, you mean that it will happen in the future, usually quite soon .

be hard going: If you say that something is hard going, you mean it is difficult and requires a lot of effort .

to keep going: If you keep going, you continue moving along or doing something that you have started, even if you are tired and would prefer to stop .

go at: If you go at a task or activity, you start doing it in an energetic, enthusiastic way.

go by: If you say that time goes by, you mean that it passes.

go in: If the sun goes in, a cloud comes in front of it and it can no longer be seen .

go on: If you go on doing something, or go on with an activity, you continue to do it.

go to: to be awarded to

go up: If a price, amount, or level goes up, it becomes higher or greater than it was.

going, going, gone!: a statement by an auctioneer that the bidding has finished

be going begging: to be available to be used or bought because other people are not interested

be going places: to be showing a lot of talent or ability and be likely to become very successful

get someone going: to cause a person to be excited, angry, etc.

go away: If you go away, you leave a place or a person's company .

go back: If something goes back to a particular time in the past, it was made or started at that time.

go down: If a price, level, or amount goes down, it becomes lower or less than it was.

go for: If you go for a particular thing or way of doing something, you choose it.

go into: If you go into something, you describe or examine it fully or in detail .

go off: If you go off someone or something, you stop liking them.

go out: If you go out, you leave your home in order to do something enjoyable, for example to go to a party, a bar, or the cinema .

go over: If you go over a document, incident, or problem, you examine, discuss, or think about it very carefully.

go with: If one thing goes with another thing, the two things officially belong together, so that if you get one, you also get the other.

seagoing: Seagoing boats and ships are designed for travelling on the sea, rather than on lakes, rivers, or canals .

going to the dogs: If you say that something is going to the dogs, you mean that it is becoming weaker and worse in quality .

good/not bad going: If you say that something that has been achieved is good going or not bad going, you mean that it is better than usual or than expected .

go about: The way you go about a task or problem is the way you approach it and deal with it.

go after: If you go after something, you try to get it, catch it, or hit it.

go ahead: If someone goes ahead with something, they begin to do it or make it, especially after planning, promising, or asking permission to do it.

go along: If you go along to a meeting, event, or place, you attend or visit it.

go around: If you go around to someone's house, you go to visit them at their house.

go forth: to be issued

go round: one of a series of actions, encounters, meetings, etc., often one involving a conflict or fight

go under: If a business or project goes under, it becomes unable to continue in operation or in existence .

be going great guns: said to mean that someone is being very successful at something

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Однокоренные слова:

ingoing - входящий, вновь прибывающий, вход, вхождение, вступление

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