get-go

[ get-goh ]
/ ˈgɛtˌgoʊ /

noun Informal.

the very beginning: They've had trouble from the get-go.
pep; energy; get-up-and-go.

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Origin of get-go

First recorded in 1965–70, Americanism
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British Dictionary definitions for get-go

get-go

noun

from the get-go informal from the beginningI've been your friend from the get-go
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