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She once had a go at writing a novel but quickly gave up.
I’d thought about skiing for some time and finally decided to give it a go this winter.
Don’t try to eat the whole thing in one go.
It looks like the party tonight is a go.
He has several projects on the go, including another radio series scheduled for late spring.
It’s been all go around here, I can tell you.
This is the British English definition of go. View American English definition of go.