#EngVocab: Phrasal verbs with “go”

  1. Go along. Meaning: cocok.
    • Example:
      • “That bright outfit doesn’t go along with your dark makeup.” (Pakaianmu yang berwarna cerah tidak cocok dengan dandanmu yang gelap.)
  2. Go around. Meaning:
    1. mencukupi (kebutuhan).
      • Example:
        • “Look at those crowd! Those copies would not be enough to go around.” (Lihat betapa ramainya! Buku-buku itu tidak akan cukup untuk dibagikan.)
    2.  menyebar.
      • Example:
        • “There are some rumors about him going around.” (Ada beberapa rumor soal dia yang tersebar.)
    3. berjalan mengitari untuk menghindar.” – @Mono2nd
  3. Go away. Meaning: pergi.
    • Example:
      • “They went away without any notice.” (Mereka pergi tanpa pemberitahuan.)
  4. Go by. Meaning:
    1. lewat.
      • Example:
        • “As the years go by, I grow older but not wiser.” (Seiring perjalanan waktu, aku semakin tua tapi tidak semakin bijak.)
    2. bertindak sesuai.
      • Example:
        • “If you go by the rules, you shouldn’t have any trouble.” (Kalau kamu mentaati aturan, seharusnya kamu tidak akan mendapat masalah.)
  5. Go down. Meaning: turun, terbenam.
    • Example:
      • “I hope to get there before the sun goes down.” (Aku harap aku bisa sampai di sana sebelum matahari terbenam.)
  6. Go off. Meaning:
    1. meledak!
      • Example:
        • “Bombs went off all around the war zone.” (Banyak bom meledak di zona perang.)
    2. “(makanan/minuman) basi atau rusak.” – @damaianlaras
      • Example:
        • “Don’t drink that milk! The whole pint had gone off. What a waste.”
        • “The fish will go off if you don’t put it in the fridge.” – @damaianlaras
  7. Go over. Meaning: memeriksa.
    • Example:
      • “The mechanic went over the engine to see if there were any problems.”
      • “I go over my schedule every night to make sure that nothing is left.” – @itsmekesi
  8. Go through. Meaning: mengalami; menjalani (pengalaman).
    • Example:
      • “She went through a very hard time when he broke off their relationship.”
  9. Go under. Meaning: gagal.
    • Example:
      • “Their business went under almost right away.” (Bisnis mereka gagal segera setelah dimulai.)
  10. Go ahead. Meaning: silahkan; “monggo.”@sofyanlich (“Go ahead” memang digunakan hanya secara verbal, dan dalam konteks santai.)
  11. Go on. Meaning: “teruskan/lanjutkan.”@sofyanlich

Compiled and written by @Miss_Qiak at @EnglishTips4U on Wednesday, February 22, 2012


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