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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)
(in the) past / former / previous / to go over / to pass by
(verb suffix)
to go down / to descend / to go on / to continue / (of a servant) to withdraw
to lose
to go in
to go out
to return / to go back
to go up
minus / to subtract
it would appear / it seems (that)
(slang) dang! / shoot!
to leave / to exit
to omit / to dispense with / to make unnecesary / to save (time, trouble etc)
to press on
to eliminate / to remove / except for / apart from
to survive / to keep on living
to take along with one
to elapse / to pass away / to die / demise
to make life difficult for / to embarrass / unable to make it through
to delete
to resign / to quit
to send to / to deliver to / to give sb a lift (e.g. in a car)
to sound (difficult, worthwhile etc) / to seem
to fly about / to fly hither and thither / to flit / to swarm / to spiral
to disappear / to hide
impossible to get rid of
impossible to make a living
not to listen / to be deaf to
to walk over (to)
lit. can pass through (an opening) / fig. can get by (in life) / tolerably well / not too bad / How are you getting by? / How's life?
to toss and turn (sleeplessly) / again and again
as far as the eye can see
to erase
to throw caution to the wind / to press one's luck / to go for broke
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]
bon voyage / Godspeed
to throw off
cannot be justified / inexcusable
to rove around / to run around in circles / to walk back and forth
to swagger off / to walk off (or drive off etc) without a second thought for those left behind
(slang) shoot! / crap!
to return / to go back
to obliterate (some words, or part of a picture etc) using correction fluid, ink, paint etc / to paint out / to paint over
to feel very apologetic
to mill about / to jostle
hard to erase / ineradicable
to defeat / to be superior to
gradually / little by little / in the course of time
lit. to fly on a crane to the Western Paradise / fig. to pass away (idiom)
to die / death
to deduct (points etc)
just as bad / not much better
to call to come and shout to go (idiom); to yell orders / always bossing people around
lit. eyes and eyebrows come and go (idiom); to make eyes / to exchange flirting glances with sb
to move away
to take sth to heart / to take sth seriously
to move out (vacate) / to shift sth out
acceptable / passable / justifiable / (of a course of action) to make sense
as far as the eye can see
to storm off in a huff (idiom)
to smell of sth / to smell like sth
to arrest and take away
to squeeze oneself up into (a crowded vehicle etc)
cannot stand by idly and watch / unable to put up with it any longer
going directly (without detour) / (fig.) direct / straightforward (in one's manner or speech)
to harp on / over and over / merely ring changes on a few terms
to steal / to make off with / stolen
meandering and circuitous (idiom); to go around in circles and never get anywhere
to become an immortal / (fig.) to die
to come when called (idiom); ready and compliant / always at sb's beck and call
repeatedly / back and forth again and again
to wash off
to die
to reject / to abandon
(slang) (Tw) to stick "it" in / to thrust inside
to omit / to delete / to leave out / to neglect / to skip over
to eliminate
(idiom) to rudely push and pull others / (idiom) to evade responsibility and push it to others

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