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."

WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: current
Synonyms:
current , usual , standard , normal , prevailing , conventional , accepted
Sense: Adjective: operational
Synonyms:
operational , operating , functional , functioning, working , running , up and running, on line, in commission, in operation
Sense: Noun: progress
Synonyms:
progress , movement , headway, advancement , furtherance, progression
Sense: Noun: exiting
Synonyms:
exiting, exit , departure , leaving , departing, walking out
Sense: Noun: terrain
Synonyms:
terrain , ground conditions


WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Verb: leave
Synonyms:
leave , depart , get going (informal), take off (informal), head out, vamoose (slang), skedaddle (slang), clear out, clear off (slang), beat it (slang), scram (slang), shove off (slang), decamp, hightail it (US, informal), get lost (slang), get out of here (informal), piss off (vulgar, offensive, slang), bugger off (UK, vulgar, slang), sod off (UK, vulgar, slang), fuck off (vulgar, offensive, slang), get the hell out (slang), just up and go (informal), leg it (UK, slang), peg it (UK, slang), flee , run , make a move (informal)
Sense: Verb: progress
Synonyms:
proceed , progress , move , advance , make your way, move along, move on, go on
Sense: Verb: lead or head
Synonyms:
lead , head , continue , extend , run , point , flow , move
Sense: Verb: fit
Synonyms:
fit , fit in, belong , match , go well, work , be suitable, be a good match, look right, harmonize, harmonise (UK)
Sense: Verb: turn out
Synonyms:
turn out, pan out, work out, come out, end up, wind up (informal), land up (informal), finish up, finish , end , conclude
Sense: Verb: weaken
Synonyms:
fail , weaken , wither , fade , decay , waste away, wilt, droop, flag , sag , languish, die , ebb , wane , decline
Sense: Verb: continue
Synonyms:
go on, continue , persist, carry on, keep going, persevere, endure
Sense: Verb: endure - followed by 'through'
Synonyms:
endure , face , suffer , undergo , experience , sustain , live through, bear , weather , withstand , stand , deal with, handle , tolerate, put up with (informal)
Sense: Verb: pass - time
Synonyms:
go by, pass , elapse, slip past, slip by, fly by, roll by, tick by, tick away, whizz by, whiz by, move on
Sense: Verb: die
Synonyms:
die , pass on (euphemism), pass away (euphemism), depart , depart this life, perish, check out (slang), part , kick the bucket (slang), bite the dust (slang), drop dead (slang), expire , meet your Maker, draw your last breath, go to the great beyond, shuffle off this mortal coil (literary), cark it (AU, UK, slang), pop your clogs (slang)
Sense: Verb: end
Synonyms:
end , stop , finish , close , conclude , halt , leave off, terminate , cease , cease to be, come to an end, be at an end, be in the past, be a thing of the past, be no more, be over, be finished
Sense: Verb: function
Synonyms:
function , work , operate, run , be in action, be active
Sense: Verb: become - followed by an adjective
Synonyms:
become , turn , get , be , grow , come to be
Sense: Verb: be given - followed by 'to'
Synonyms:
be given, be allotted, be donated, be granted, be gifted, be bestowed, be bequeathed, be left, be passed on, be passed down
Sense: Verb: match
Synonyms:
match , harmonize, harmonise (UK), complement each other, go together, go well together, go well, go nicely, look good together, be compatible, be a good match, be well matched, be well suited, be harmonious
Sense: Noun: attempt - informal
Synonyms:
attempt , try , stab (slang), shot (slang), crack (slang), whack (slang), whirl (slang), bash (slang), effort
Sense: Verb: turn - informal
Synonyms:
turn , turn to play, play , move , roll , roll of the dice

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