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English-Spanish Dictionary: go!

NOUN   a go | goes
VERB  to go | went | gone/[archaic] agone
going | goes
to go
to go [move]
Go ahead!
Go away!
¡Va jalando! [col.] [cent.]
Let's go!
to go away
darse el piro [irse] [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]
to go away [leave, depart]
to go back
regresar [a un lugar]
to go bankrupt
to go berserk [coll.] [idiom]
irse hecho una furia [col.] [locución]
to go camping
ir de acampada
to go doolally [Br.] [coll.]
perder la chaveta [locución]
to go down [lift, person etc.]
bajar [ascensor, persona etc.]
to go forward
to go in
to go in [enter]
to go mad [insane]
volverse loco
to go out
to go out [light, fire]
to go party [Am.]
rumbiar [también: rumbear] [sur.] [Colombia] [col.]
to go past
to go sailing
ir a navegar
salir a navegar
to go shopping
ir de compras
salir de compras
to go smoothly [idiom]
ir sobre ruedas [locución]
to go soft
to go with sth. [colour, clothes]
decir con algo
go-getter [coll.]
buscavidas {m} [col.]
Here we go!
¡En marcha!
¡Ale vamos!
¡Ahora vamos!
I'm gonna go. [Am.]
No' vemo. [col.] [carib.]
in one go [coll.] [idiom] [all at once]
de un tirón {adv} [col.] [locución] [también : del tirón]
Off we go!
¡En marcha!
to go 'psst' to sb. [to get their attention]
chistar a algn
to go all out [coll.] [idiom] [exert oneself to the utmost]
echar el bofe [col.] [locución]
to go deep into sth.
adentrarse en algo
to go from being sth.
pasar de ser algo
to go on foot
ir andando
to go on holiday
irse de vacaciones
to go to bed
to go to mass
ir a misarelig.
to go to sb.'s aid
acudir en auxilio de algn
to let go of sb./sth.
soltar a algn/algo [dejar]
to let go of sth.
desprenderse de algo
to make sb. go crazy
volver loco a algn
merry go-round
tiovivo {m}
to be on the go [coll.] [idiom]
to go beyond the pale [fig.]
pasarse de la raya [fig.]
to go for a burton [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
irse al garete [col.] [locución]
to go for a hike
dar una caminata
to go for a swim
bañarse [para nadar]
to go for a walk
zumbar [mex.] [Zacatecas] [col.]
to go in Indian file [Am.]
hacer fila indiaind
to go on a bender [coll.] [get drunk for a substantial period]
agarrar la jarra {f} [México] [col.]
to go on a spree
irse de picos pardos [fig.]
to go round the corner
doblar la esquina
to go the wrong way
ir a contramano
to go to the lavatory [Br.]
ir al servicio
And boy did it go silent. [coll.] [idiom]
Y vaya si hubo silencio. [col.] [locución]
He wants to go home.
(Él) quiere ir a casa.
I often go to the theater.
Voy a menudo al teatro.
It was such a warm day that we decided to go to the beach.
Era un día tan cálido que decidimos ir al mar.
to go back to square one [coll.] [idiom]
desandar lo andado [col.] [locución]
to go on a long weekend
ir de puente
to go on a pub crawl [Br.]
ir de bar en bar tomando copasloc.
to go up the steps two at a time
subir los escalones de dos en dos
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