going

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈgəʊɪŋ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈgoʊɪŋ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(gōing)

From the verb go: (⇒ conjugate)
going is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing."
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going

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the [trail, path, way] will be [hard, easy] going from here
  2. will be [hard] going to [finish on time, pass the class]
  3. [watched, tracked, spied on] his comings and goings
  4. his going was a [shock, surprise]
  5. horse racing: the going is [smooth, rough, even, good]
  6. when the going gets tough
adj
  1. the going [rate, price, interest] (for)
  2. [at, what's] the going [rate]?
  3. a going [company, start-up, business, venture, concern]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

go

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. go [crazy, insane]
  2. go [wrong, well]
  3. go home
  4. go to sleep
  5. go to bed (with)
  6. go to [work, school, the store]
  7. go to the [beach, show, party]
  8. go [shopping, swimming, dancing]
  9. go [outside, inside]
  10. go (and) [see, get, fetch]
  11. go and [buy, look, find]
  12. go down the [road, street]
  13. go through [the magazine, your stuff, old receipts]
  14. go ahead (without me)
  15. go [up, down] the stairs
  16. go away [forever, from here]
  17. go from [place to place, school to school]
  18. go around [town, the block, the back, the pothole]
  19. go back [to work, home]
  20. go back and forth
  21. go for a [walk, run, jog]
  22. go out with him
  23. go out for [lunch, dinner]
  24. go on a date
  25. will go into [effect, production]
  26. go into detail (about)
  27. could go for [ice cream, a day off, a break]
  28. go over the [exam, project, problem]
  29. go over the [answers, homework, plans]
  30. the [alarm, bomb] went off
  31. UK: I've gone off [him, coffee]
  32. [want, have, need] to go
  33. please (just) go
  34. come and go (as you please)
  35. go all the way
  36. UK: he's (only) gone and [told, done]
n
  1. have a go on [your bike, the game]
  2. won't let me have a go (on her bike)
  3. whose go is it?
  4. is it my go?
  5. it's your go
  6. [passed, finished] on my first go
  7. it took me [three] goes to get [it]
  8. [read, said, wrote] it in one go
  9. will give it a go
  10. has a lot of go
  11. is always on the go
  12. had a go at me [at the bar, during class]
  13. will try to make a go of it
  14. the [project, mission] was a go
  15. the [plan, trip] is a go
  16. gave him the go to [begin, take, try]
adj
  1. all [systems, operations, engines] are go
additional examples
  1. go [crazy, insane]
  2. have a go on [your bike, the game]
  3. all [systems, operations, engines] are go
  4. go [wrong, well]
  5. won't let me have a go (on her bike)
  6. a [coffee, lunch, snack, meal] to-go
  7. go home
  8. whose go is it?
  9. a to-go [coffee]
  10. go to sleep
  11. is it my go?
  12. is my go-to [guy, book, read] (when)
  13. go to bed (with)
  14. it's your go
  15. is a real go-getter
  16. go to [work, school, the store]
  17. [passed, finished] on my first go
  18. a go-go dancer
  19. go to the [beach, show, party]
  20. it took me [three] goes to get [it]
  21. go [shopping, swimming, dancing]
  22. [read, said, wrote] it in one go
  23. go [outside, inside]
  24. will give it a go
  25. go (and) [see, get, fetch]
  26. has a lot of go
  27. go and [buy, look, find]
  28. is always on the go
  29. go down the [road, street]
  30. had a go at me [at the bar, during class]
  31. go through [the magazine, your stuff, old receipts]
  32. will try to make a go of it
  33. go ahead (without me)
  34. the [project, mission] was a go
  35. go [up, down] the stairs
  36. the [plan, trip] is a go
  37. go away [forever, from here]
  38. gave him the go to [begin, take, try]
  39. go from [place to place, school to school]
  40. go around [town, the block, the back, the pothole]
  41. go back [to work, home]
  42. go back and forth
  43. go for a [walk, run, jog]
  44. go out with him
  45. go out for [lunch, dinner]
  46. go on a date
  47. will go into [effect, production]
  48. go into detail (about)
  49. could go for [ice cream, a day off, a break]
  50. go over the [exam, project, problem]
  51. go over the [answers, homework, plans]
  52. the [alarm, bomb] went off
  53. UK: I've gone off [him, coffee]
  54. [want, have, need] to go
  55. please (just) go
  56. come and go (as you please)
  57. go all the way
  58. UK: he's (only) gone and [told, done]
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