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go |ɡəʊ| — a time period for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else)
go about |ˈɡəʊ əˈbaʊt| — begin to deal with
go along |ˈɡəʊ əˈlɔːŋ| — cooperate or pretend to cooperate
go around |ˈɡəʊ əˈraʊnd| — be sufficient
go away |ˈɡəʊ əˈweɪ| — move away from a place into another direction
go back |ˈɡəʊ ˈbæk| — belong to an earlier time
go by |ˈɡəʊ baɪ| — pass by
go down |ˈɡəʊ ˈdaʊn| — move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way
go in |ˈɡəʊ ɪn| — to come or go into
go off |ˈɡəʊ ˈɒf| — run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
go on |ˈɡəʊ ɑːn| — continue a certain state, condition, or activity
go out |ˈɡəʊ ˈaʊt| — move out of or depart from
go over |ˈɡəʊ ˈəʊvər| — hold a review (of troops)
go through |ˈɡəʊ θruː| — undergo or live through a difficult experience
go under |ɡəʊ ˈʌndə| — go under
go up |ˈɡəʊ ʌp| — move upward
go-ahead |ˈɡəʊ əhed| — a signal to proceed
go-as-you-please |ˌɡəʊ əz juː ˈpliːz| — not bound by rule or law or convention
go-between |ˈɡəʊ bɪtwiːn| — a negotiator who acts as a link between parties
go-by |ˈɡəʊ baɪ| — A passing without notice; intentional neglect; thrusting away.
go-cart |ˈɡəʊ kɑːt| — an enclosing framework on casters or wheels; helps babies learn to walk
go-getter |ˌɡəʊ ˈɡetər| — someone whose career progresses rapidly
go-kart |ˈɡəʊ kɑːrt| — a small low motor vehicle with four wheels and an open framework; used for racing
go-off |ɔːf| — (intransitive) To explode.
go-round |ˈɡəʊraʊnd| — To physically swirl or rotate.
go-slow |ˈɡəʊ sləʊ| — a form of protest by workers in which they deliberately slow down in order to cause problem from their employers
go-to-meeting |ˈɡəʊ tə miːtɪŋ| — used of clothing
goad |ɡəʊd| — a pointed instrument that is used to prod into a state of motion
goaf |ɡəʊf| — (mining) That part of a mine from which the mineral has been partially or wholly removed; the waste left in old workings.
goal |ɡəʊl| — the state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it
goalie |ˈɡəʊlɪ| — the soccer or hockey player assigned to protect the goal
goalkeeper |ˈɡəʊlkiːpər| — the soccer or hockey player assigned to protect the goal
goat |ɡəʊt| — any of numerous agile ruminants related to sheep but having a beard and straight horns
goatee |ɡəʊˈtiː| — a small chin beard trimmed to a point; named for its resemblance to a goat's beard
goatherd |ˈɡəʊthɜːrd| — a person who tends a flock of goats
goatish |ˈɡəʊtɪʃ| — Goaty, goatlike.
goatling |ˈɡəʊtlɪŋ| — A young goat; a kid.
goatskin |ˈɡəʊtskɪn| — the hide of a goat
goatsucker |ˈɡəʊtˌsʌkər| — mainly crepuscular or nocturnal nonpasserine birds with mottled greyish-brown plumage and large eyes; feed on insects
goaty |ˈɡəʊtɪ| — Like a goat, goatlike or redolent of goats.
gob |ɡɑːb| — a man who serves as a sailor
gobbet |ˈɡɑːbɪt| — a lump or chunk of raw meat
gobble |ˈɡɑːbl| — the characteristic sound made by a turkey cock
gobbledygook |ˌɡɑːbəldɪˈɡʊk| — incomprehensible or pompous jargon of specialists
gobbler |ˈɡɑːbələr| — a hasty eater who swallows large mouthfuls
Gobelin |ˈɡəʊbəlɪn| — A mainly French and Flemish type of tapestry having richly coloured pictorial designs
goblet |ˈɡɑːblət| — a drinking glass with a base and stem
goblin |ˈɡɑːblɪn| — (folklore) a small grotesque supernatural creature that makes trouble for human beings
gobs |ˈɡɑːbz| — a large number or amount
goby |ˈɡəʊbɪ| — small spiny-finned fish of coastal or brackish waters having a large head and elongated tapering body having the ventral fins modified as a sucker
god |ɡɑːd| — the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the universe; the object of worship in monotheistic religions
God-given |ˈɡɒdˌɡɪvən| — Given or sent by God or appearing so.
godchild |ˈɡɑːdtʃaɪld| — an infant who is sponsored by an adult (the godparent) at baptism
goddamn |ˈɡɑːdˌdæm| — extremely
goddamned — extremely
goddaughter |ˈɡɑdˌdɔːtər| — a female godchild
goddess |ˈɡɑːdəs| — a female deity
godfather |ˈɡɑːdfɑːðər| — any man who serves as a sponsor for a child at baptism
godforsaken |ˈɡɑːdfərseɪkən| — located in a dismal or remote area; desolate
godhead |ˈɡɑːdhed| — terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God
godless |ˈɡɑːdləs| — not revering god
godlike |ˈɡɑːdlaɪk| — appropriate to or befitting a god
godliness |ˈɡɒdlɪnəs| — piety by virtue of being a godly person
godly |ˈɡɑːdlɪ| — showing great reverence for god
godmother |ˈɡɑːdmʌðər| — any woman who serves as a sponsor for a child at baptism
godparent |ˈɡɑːdperənt| — a person who sponsors someone (the godchild) at baptism
gods |ˈɡɑːdz| — plural form of god
godsend |ˈɡɑːdsend| — a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)
godson |ˈɡɑːdsʌn| — a male godchild
godspeed |ˈɡɑːdspɪd| — a successful journey
goer |ˈɡəʊər| — someone who leaves
goffer |ˈɡɑːfər| — a zealously energetic person (especially a salesman)
goffering — Present participle of goffer.
goggle |ˈɡɑːɡl| — look with amazement; look stupidly
goggle-eyed |ˈɡɒɡl aɪd| — with eyes or mouth open in surprise
goggled |ˈɡɒɡəld| — simple past tense and past participle of goggle
going |ˈɡəʊɪŋ| — the act of departing
going-on — Indicates a time or age in the very near future.
goings-on |ˌɡəʊɪŋz ˈɒn| — Occurrences; things that go on, occur, or happen; events; activities.
goiter |ˌɡɔɪtər| — abnormally enlarged thyroid gland; can result from underproduction or overproduction of hormone or from a deficiency of iodine in the diet
goitre |ˈɡɔɪtər| — abnormally enlarged thyroid gland; can result from underproduction or overproduction of hormone or from a deficiency of iodine in the diet
goitrous |ˈɡɔɪtrəs| — Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a goitre
gold |ɡəʊld| — coins made of gold
gold-beater |ˈɡəʊld biːtər| — an artisan who beats gold into gold leaf
gold-digger |ˈɡəʊld dɪɡər| — Someone who digs or mines for gold.
gold-dust |ˈɡəʊld dʌst| — Gold in the form of very small pieces, or flour gold.
gold-fever |ˈɡəʊldˌfiːvə| — (literally) A feverish obsession to seek gold ore.
gold-filled — Alternative spelling of gold-filled.
gold-leaf |ɡəʊld ˈliːf| — Gold beaten into a thin sheet.
gold-mine |ˈɡəʊldmaɪn| — (idiomatic) A very profitable economic venture.
gold-plate |ɡəʊld ˈpleɪt| — plate with gold
gold-plated |ˌɡəʊldˈpleɪtɪd| — Alternative spelling of gold-plated.
gold-rush |ˈɡəʊld rʌʃ| — Any period of feverish migration into an area in which gold has been discovered
goldcrest |ˈɡəʊldkrest| — European kinglet with a black-bordered yellow crown patch
golden |ˈɡəʊldən| — having the deep slightly brownish color of gold
goldfield |ˈɡəʊldfiːld| — a district where gold is mined
goldfinch |ˈɡəʊldfɪntʃ| — American finch whose male has yellow body plumage in summer
goldfish |ˈɡəʊldfɪʃ| — small golden or orange-red freshwater fishes of Eurasia used as pond or aquarium fishes
goldilocks |ˈɡəʊldɪlɑːks| — early-flowering perennial of southern and southeastern Europe with flower heads resembling those of goldenrod
goldmine |ˈɡəʊldmaɪn| — a good source of something that is desired
goldsmith |ˈɡəʊldsmɪθ| — an artisan who makes jewelry and other objects out of gold
golem |ˈɡəʊləm| — (Jewish folklore) an artificially created human being that is given life by supernatural means
golf |ɡɑːlf| — a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
golf-course |ˈɡɒlf kɔːrs| — (golf) The land where one plays golf, with a green and a flag
golfer |ˈɡɑːlfər| — someone who plays the game of golf
Golgotha |ˈɡɑːlɡəθə| — a hill near Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified
Goliath |ɡəˈlaɪəθ| — (Old Testament) a giant Philistine warrior who was slain by David with a slingshot
golliwog |ˈɡɑːlɪwɑːɡ| — a grotesque black doll
golly |ˈɡɑːlɪ| — (euphemistic) God! [From 1775.]
golosh |ɡəˈlɒʃ| — a waterproof overshoe that protects shoes from water or snow
goluptious |ɡəˈlʌpʃəs| — splendid, delightful, magnificent
gombeen |ɡɑːmˈbiːn| — (archaic) Usury.
gombroon |ɡɑːmˈbruːn| — Iranian pottery.
gonad |ˈɡəʊnæd| — a gland in which gametes (sex cells) are produced
gondola |ˈɡɑːndələ| — a low flat-bottomed freight car with fixed sides but no roof
gondolier |ˌɡɑːndəˈlɪr| — a (Venetian) boatman who propels a gondola
gone |ɡɔːn| — destroyed or killed
goneness |ˈɡɔːnnɪs| — (US, informal) A state of exhaustion or faintness, especially from hunger.
goner |ˈɡɔːnər| — a person in desperate straits; someone doomed
gonfalon |ˈɡɑːnfələn| — A standard or ensign, consisting of a pole with a crosspiece from which a banner is suspended, especially as used in church processions, but also for civic and military display.
gonfalonier |ɡɑːnfələˈniːr| — one who bears the gonfalon
gong |ɡɑːŋ| — a percussion instrument consisting of a metal plate that is struck with a softheaded drumstick
goniometer |ˌɡəʊnɪˈɑːmətər| — direction finder that determines the angular direction of incoming radio signals
gonorrhea |ˌɡɑːnəˈriːə| — a common venereal disease caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae; symptoms are painful urination and pain around the urethra
gonorrhoea |ˌɡɑːnəˈriːə| — a common venereal disease caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae; symptoms are painful urination and pain around the urethra
goo |ɡuː| — any thick, viscous matter
goober |ˈɡuːbər| — pod of the peanut vine containing usually 2 nuts or seeds; `groundnut' and `monkey nut' are British terms
good |ɡʊd| — benefit
good-bye |ɡʊdˈbaɪ| — a farewell remark
good-fellowship |ɡʊd ˈfeləʊʃɪp| — the spirit of goodwill that exists among friends; comradeship
good-for-nothing |ˈɡʊdfərˈnʌθɪŋ| — an idle worthless person
good-humoured |ɡʊd ˈhjuːməd| — disposed to please
good-looking |ɡʊd ˈlʊkɪŋ| — pleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion
good-natured |ɡʊd ˈneɪtʃəd| — having an easygoing and cheerful disposition
good-naturedly |ˌɡʊdˈneɪtʃərdlɪ| — in a good-natured manner
good-sized — Alternative spelling of good-sized.
good-tempered |ɡʊd ˈtempəd| — not easily irritated
goodbye |ˌɡʊdˈbaɪ| — a farewell remark
goodies |ˈɡʊdɪz| — plural form of goodie
goodliness — The condition of being goodly
goodly |ˈɡʊdlɪ| — large in amount or extent or degree
goodness |ˈɡʊdnəs| — that which is pleasing or valuable or useful
goods |ˈɡʊdz| — (business, economics, plural only) That which is produced, then traded, bought or sold, then finally consumed.
goodwill |ˌɡʊdˈwɪl| — (accounting) an intangible asset valued according to the advantage or reputation a business has acquired (over and above its tangible assets)
goody |ˈɡʊdɪ| — something considered choice to eat
goody-goody |ˈɡʊdɪ ɡʊdɪ| — a person who behaves extremely well in order to please a superior
gooey |ˈɡuːɪ| — soft and sticky
goof |ɡuːf| — a man who is a stupid incompetent fool
goofy |ˈɡuːfɪ| — a cartoon character created by Walt Disney
google |ˈɡuːɡl| — a widely used search engine that uses text-matching techniques to find web pages that are important and relevant to a user's search
goon |ɡuːn| — an awkward stupid person
goosander |ɡuːˈsændʌr| — common merganser of Europe and North America
goose |ɡuːs| — web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks
goose-egg |ˈɡuːseɡ| — (informal) Zero; nothing.
goose-flesh |ˈɡuːs fleʃ| — Raised skin, usually caused by the involuntary erection of hairs on the neck or arms caused by cold, excitement, or fear.
goose-skin |ˈɡuːsskɪn| — Raised skin, usually caused by the involuntary erection of hairs on the neck or arms caused by cold, excitement, or fear.
goose-step |ˈɡuːs step| — A style of marching in which the feet are lifted high in the air in front.
gooseberry |ˈɡuːsberɪ| — spiny Eurasian shrub having greenish purple-tinged flowers and ovoid yellow-green or red-purple berries
gooseflesh |ˈɡuːsfleʃ| — reflex erection of hairs of the skin in response to cold or emotional stress or skin irritation
goosefoot |ˈɡuːsˌfʊt| — any of various weeds of the genus Chenopodium having small greenish flowers
goosegrass |ˈɡuːsɡrɑːs| — Any of various grasses, sometimes used as food for geese, principally in genus Eleusine.
gooseneck — something in a thin curved form (like the neck of a goose)
goosey |ˈɡuːsɪ| — having or revealing stupidity
goosy — having or revealing stupidity
gopher |ˈɡəʊfər| — a zealously energetic person (especially a salesman)
gore |ɡɔːr| — Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948)
gorge |ɡɔːrdʒ| — a deep ravine (usually with a river running through it)
gorgeous |ˈɡɔːrdʒəs| — dazzlingly beautiful
gorget |ˈɡɔːrdʒɪt| — armor plate that protects the neck
Gorgon |ˈɡɔːrɡən| — (Greek mythology) any of three winged sister monsters and the mortal Medusa who had live snakes for hair; a glance at Medusa turned the beholder to stone
gorilla |ɡəˈrɪlə| — largest anthropoid ape; terrestrial and vegetarian; of forests of central west Africa
gormandize |ˈɡɔːrməndaɪz| — overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself
gormless |ˈɡɔːrmləs| — (British informal) lacking intelligence and vitality
gorse |ɡɔːrs| — very spiny and dense evergreen shrub with fragrant golden-yellow flowers; common throughout western Europe
gory |ˈɡɔːrɪ| — covered with blood
gosh |ɡɑːʃ| — (euphemistic) A mild expression of surprise or enthusiasm as to be put in place of “God”, particularly in fear of saying the Lord’s name in vain.
goshawk |ˈɡɑːshɔːk| — large hawk of Eurasia and North America used in falconry
gosling |ˈɡɑːzlɪŋ| — young goose
gospel |ˈɡɑːspl| — the four books in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings
gospeler — a preacher of the Christian gospel
gospeller |ˈɡɑːspələr| — a preacher of the Christian gospel
gossamer |ˈɡɑːsəmər| — a gauze fabric with an extremely fine texture
gossamery |ˈɡɑːsəməriː| — Like gossamer; flimsy.
gossip |ˈɡɑːsɪp| — light informal conversation for social occasions
gossiper |ˈɡɑːsəpər| — a person given to gossiping and divulging personal information about others
gossipmonger — a person given to gossiping and divulging personal information about others
gossipy |ˈɡɑːsɪpɪ| — prone to friendly informal communication
gossoon |ɡɑːˈsuːn| — (Ireland) A young boy, a servant boy; a lackey.
got |ɡɑːt| — simple past tense of get
Goth |ɡɑːθ| — a crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking culture or refinement
Gotham |ˈɡɑːθəm| — Nickname for New York City; Washington Irving gave the name Gotham to New York City in his Salmagundi Papers (1807).
Gothic |ˈɡɑːθɪk| — extinct East Germanic language of the ancient Goths; the only surviving record being fragments of a 4th-century translation of the Bible by Bishop Ulfilas
gotten |ˈɡɑːtən| — (now mostly, North America, Ireland, Northern British) past participle of get
gouache |ɡʊˈɑːʃ| — an opaque watercolor prepared with gum
gouge |ɡaʊdʒ| — an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)
goulash |ˈɡuːlæʃ| — a rich meat stew highly seasoned with paprika
gourd |ɡʊrd| — bottle made from the dried shell of a bottle gourd
gourde |ɡuːɑːd| — the basic unit of money in Haiti
gourmand |ˈɡʊrmɑːnd| — a person who is devoted to eating and drinking to excess
gourmet |ˈɡʊrmeɪ| — a person devoted to refined sensuous enjoyment (especially good food and drink)
gout |ɡaʊt| — a painful inflammation of the big toe and foot caused by defects in uric acid metabolism resulting in deposits of the acid and its salts in the blood and joints
gouty |ˈɡaʊtɪ| — suffering from gout
govern |ˈɡʌvərn| — bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations
governable |ˈɡʌvənəbl| — capable of being controlled
governance |ˈɡʌvərnəns| — the persons (or committees or departments etc.) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something
governess |ˈɡʌvərnəs| — a woman entrusted with the care and supervision of a child (especially in a private home)
governing |ˈɡʌvərnɪŋ| — the act of governing; exercising authority
government |ˈɡʌvərnmənt| — the organization that is the governing authority of a political unit
governmental |ˌɡʌvərnˈmentl| — relating to or dealing with the affairs or structure of government or politics or the state
governor |ˈɡʌvərnər| — the head of a state government
governor-general |ˌɡʌvnə ˈdʒenrəl| — (politics) governor general, a specific case of
gowk |ɡaʊk| — (Northern England, Scotland) A cuckoo.
gown |ɡaʊn| — a woman's dress, usually with a close-fitting bodice and a long flared skirt, often worn on formal occasions
gownsman |ˈɡaʊnzmən| — One whose professional habit is a gown, such as a divine, a lawyer, or a member of certain English universities.