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English words containing go in:

Meanings of Go in:

phrasal verb

To come or go into

noun

Frequently with at. an attack, an onslaught; a quarrel, an argument; a ‘set-to’. compare "run-in". chiefly australian in later use.

collocation

To risk all your money in a game such as poker (= a card game played for money)

Usage examples:

I bet, he raised me, i raised back, and then he went all in., he called the $100,000 and went all-i…

Meanings of Go in for:

phrasal verb

Like or habitually take part in an activity.

Usage examples:

I don't go in for the social whirl

Meanings of Go in for something:

phrasal verb

To do something regularly, or to enjoy something

Usage examples:

I’ve never gone in for spending all day at the beach.

Meanings of Go in with:

phrasal verb

Join someone in starting a business.

Usage examples:

My brothers are opening a garage and they want me to go in with them
idiom

If something goes hand in hand with something else, it is closely related to it and happens at the same time as it or as a result of it

Usage examples:

Prosperity goes hand in hand with investment.

Go into

ɡəʊ

Meanings of Go into:

phrasal verb

To come or go into

collocation

If a company goes into administration because it cannot pay its debts, it is allowed to start the formal process of making changes to its organization to try to avoid having to close its business and sell the things it owns

Usage examples:

The company announced last week it had gone into administration, blaming a drop in demand., the clu…

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