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to go / to go to (a place) / (of a time etc) last / just passed / to send / to remove / to get rid of / to reduce / to be apart from in space or time / to die (euphemism) / to play (a part) / (when used either before or after a verb) to go in order to do sth / (after a verb of motion indicates movement away from the speaker) / (used after certain verbs to indicate detachment or separation)
last year
(in the) past / former / previous / to go over / to pass by
to lose
to pass away / to die
to go down / to descend / to go on / to continue / (of a servant) to withdraw
(verb suffix)
to go in
to go up
to eliminate / to remove / except for / apart from
to go out
to remove / to dislodge
to die
to get rid of / to exclude / to eliminate / to remove / to delete / to strip out / to extract
to leave / to exit
the position of sth / whereabouts
to omit / to dispense with / to make unnecesary / to save (time, trouble etc)
place / destination
to take off (one's clothes) / (fig.) to shed (one's former image etc) / (of a fad or the after-effects of a disaster etc) to subside / also pr. [tun4 qu4]
minus / to subtract
what course to follow / what path to take
the way one is following / outlet
to reduce internal heat (TCM)
to peel / to remove the skin / to tare
going or staying
to make life difficult for / to embarrass / unable to make it through
cannot be justified / inexcusable
to resign / to quit
to decontaminate; to clean
the rise and fall of the terrain (idiom) / (fig.) the whole sequence of events / causes and effects
to scamper / to run around
acceptable / passable / justifiable / (of a course of action) to make sense
to swagger off / to walk off (or drive off etc) without a second thought for those left behind
whereabouts unknown / gone missing
to feel very apologetic
the people are gone and the place is empty (idiom) / the sight of a deserted place brings old friends to mind / the place is deserted / the birds have flown
to hover between life and death (idiom) / to suffer terribly / within an inch of one's life
gradually / little by little / in the course of time
past tense (grammar)
falling tone / fourth tone in modern Mandarin
gone forever (idiom)
to throw off
to storm off in a huff (idiom)
to die / death
to neuter / neutered
lit. eyes and eyebrows come and go (idiom); to make eyes / to exchange flirting glances with sb
to leave one's country
to toss and turn (sleeplessly) / again and again
Easy come, easy go. (idiom)
to leave office
past experience
can go
to wash off
as far as the eye can see
last year
gone forever
(idiom) to rudely push and pull others / (idiom) to evade responsibility and push it to others
to cure completely
lit. to get rid of the weeds and keep the flowers / to separate the wheat from the chaff (idiom)
to take up (one's time etc) / to occupy (one's attention etc) / to account for (a proportion of sth)
to reject / to abandon
lit. If the old doesn't go, the new will not come. / You can't make progress by clinging to old notions.
to come when called (idiom); ready and compliant / always at sb's beck and call
to harp on / over and over / merely ring changes on a few terms
go to hell! / drop dead!
repeatedly / back and forth again and again
to take along with one
lit. the goose comes, the swallow goes (idiom); fig. always on the move
to send to / to deliver to / to give sb a lift (e.g. in a car)
to pass away / to die
to peter out / to lose momentum / to lose steam
to go to Taiwan / refers to those who left China for Taiwan before the founding of PRC in 1949
to decouple
to omit / to delete / to leave out / to neglect / to skip over
outbound trip
to accept or reject
to arrest and take away
to return / to go back
to disappear / to hide
to steal / to make off with / stolen
to throw caution to the wind / to press one's luck / to go for broke
to erase
to elapse / to pass away / to die / demise
to delete
to eliminate
Today is the key to the past.
past tense
missing / lost
take the cream, discard the dross (political and educational slogan) / keep what is good, discard the rest / You need to be selective when studying. / In modernizing the country, don't accept uncritically all foreign ideas.
it would appear / it seems (that)
to destigmatize
impossible to get rid of
gone forever
gone without a trace
not to pay attention to / to leave sth as it is / to ignore
just as bad / not much better
(coll.) (after adjectives such as , , 遠|远, ) very / extremely

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