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go about, make it one's object “to” Meas. III. ii. 219, MND. IV. i. 213, H5 IV. i. 215, Lucr. 412; go along with, agree with or approve of Ham. I. ii. 15; go before, be superior to (S.) Cym. I. iv. 83; go by, go únnoticed Shr. I. ii. 256, Meas. II. ii. 41; go even, hard, near (see EVEN, HARD, NEAR); go in, join in Ado I. i. 194 [188]; go off, die Mac. V. vii. 65 [viii. 36]; go through, do one's utmost Meas. II. i. 293 [285], Per. IV. ii. 47; go to! used to express disapprobation, remonstrance, protest, or derisive incredulity (very freq.); go to it, (1) perish, die Gent. IV. iv. 5, Ham. V. ii. 56; (2) copulate Lr. IV. vi. 115, 125, Per. IV. vi. 82; go up, (of a sword) be put up in its sheath Cæs. V. i. 52.
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