the pistol fired / went off - пистолет выстрелил

practically everyone went to the party - почти все пришли на вечер

the books went for a shilling - книги были проданы за шиллинг

the play got better as it went along - к концу пьеса смотрелась лучше

he went in for photography in a big way - он стал заниматься фотографией всерьёз

blow went home - удар попал в цель

guns went "boom" - "бабах!" грохнули пушки

he went into convulsions - с ним сделался припадок

he was so drunk he went arse over tit - он был настолько пьян, что упал

all our plans went wrong - все наши замыслы провалились

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She went pale. - Она побледнела.

The cake went fast. - Пирог был тут же съеден.

I nearly went into hysterics. - Я был на грани истерики.

He went bankrupt. - Он обанкротился.

The platform went. - Трибуна обрушилась.

The tenant went to very needless expense. - Арендатор пошёл на абсолютно ненужные расходы.

He went dead about three months ago. - Он умер около трёх месяцев назад.

Criminality habitually went with dirtiness. - Преступность и грязь обычно шли бок о бок.

The house went for very little. - Дом был продан за бесценок.

My bus just went by the stop empty! - Мой автобус пустым проскочил остановку!

The money I had saved went to the doctors. - Деньги, которые я скопил, пошли на докторов.

My sympathies went strongly with the lady. - Все мои симпатии были полностью на стороне леди.

He went over the explanation two or three times. - Он повторил объяснение два или три раза.

Crack went the mast. - Мачта с треском переломилась пополам.

He went keenly into dairying. - Он активно занялся производством молочных продуктов.

The election went against him. - Выборы кончились для него неудачно.

The house went to the elder son. - Дом достался старшему сыну.

The dukedom went to his brother. - Титул герцога перешёл к его брату.

He went into practice for himself. - Он самостоятельно занялся практикой.

The speaker went for the profiteers. - Оратор обрушился на спекулянтов.

You've missed the bus, it just went by. - Ты опоздал на автобус, он только что проехал.

The disease went through the whole city. - Болезнь распространилась по всему городу.

The clock on the mantelpiece went eight. - Часы на камине пробили восемь.

Clatter, clatter, went the horses' hoofs. - Цок, цок, цокали лошадиные копыта.

Our dog went at the postman again this morning. - Наша собака опять сегодня набросилась на почтальона.

There was no answer to my knock, so I went away. - На мой стук никто не ответил, так что я ушёл.

She went about her work in a cold, impassive way. - Холодно, бесстрастно она приступила к своей работе.

Hicks naturally went into law. - Хикс, естественно, занялся правом.

He went eagerly into the compact. - Он охотно принял участие в сделке.

The black cow immediately went for him. - Чёрная корова немедленно кинулась на него.

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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

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

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

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

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

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 to: to be awarded to

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

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 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 forth: to be issued

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

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

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 .

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.

go before: Something that has gone before has happened or been discussed at an earlier time.

the balloon went up: said to mean that a situation has become very serious or something bad has just happened

go against: If a person or their behaviour goes against your wishes, beliefs, or expectations, their behaviour is the opposite of what you want, believe in, or expect .

go in for: If you go in for a particular activity, you decide to do it as a hobby or interest.

go out of: If a quality or feeling goes out of someone or something, they no longer have it.

go through: If you go through an experience or a period of time, especially an unpleasant or difficult one, you experience it.

go together: If you say that two things go together, or that one thing goes together with another, you mean that they go well with each other or cannot be separated from each other.

go towards: If an amount of money goes towards something, it is used to pay part of the cost of that thing.

go without: If you go without something that you need or usually have or do, you do not get it or do it.

go back on: If you go back on a promise or agreement, you do not do what you promised or agreed to do.

go back to: If you go back to a task or activity, you start doing it again after you have stopped doing it for a period of time.

go down as: If you say that an event or action will go down as a particular thing, you mean that it will be regarded, remembered, or recorded as that thing.

go down on: To go down on someone means to have oral sex with them.

go off with: If someone goes off with another person, they leave their husband, wife, or lover and have a relationship with that person.

go out for: To go out for something means to try to do it or be chosen for it.

go over to: If someone or something goes over to a different way of doing things, they change to it.

go along with: If you go along with a rule, decision, or policy, you accept it and obey it.

go around with: If you go around with a person or group of people, you regularly meet them and go to different places with them.

go down with: If you go down with an illness or a disease, you catch it.

go-slow: A go-slow is a protest by workers in which they deliberately work slowly in order to cause problems for their employers .

go-slow strike: a deliberate slackening of the rate of production by organized labour as a tactic in industrial conflict

go through with: If you go through with an action you have decided on, you do it, even though it may be very unpleasant or difficult for you.

something went out with the ark: said to mean that something is not used now because it is so old-fashioned

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Однокоренные слова:

underwent - подвергаться, испытывать, переносить, вытерпеть

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