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Words nearby go-to
Example sentences from the Web for go-to
And it has become a go-to stop for Republican politicians eager to shore up their Christian credentials.
At the same time YouTube was replacing MTV as the go-to place for music videos.OK Go Is Helping Redefine the Music Video For the Internet Age|Lauren Schwartzberg|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But is bug protein really any better than traditional protein sources, like chicken, or your go-to protein powder?
India was once considered the go-to spot for commercial surrogacy, but Thailand is the emerging market, so to speak.
That was our go-to place for occasions ordinary and special.
British Dictionary definitions for go-to
verb (intr, preposition)
- (of a person) extremely dependablethe go-to guy in the team
- (of a place) popularly visitedgo-to destinations
Idioms and Phrases with go-to
See going to.
Also, go toward. Contribute to a result, as in Can you name the bones that go to make the arms and legs? or The director has a good eye for seeing what will go toward an entire scene. [c. 1600]
Begin, start, as in By the time she went to call, she'd forgotten what she wanted to say. The related idiom go to it means “get started, get going.” P.G. Wodehouse used it in Louder Funnier (1932): “Stoke up and go to it.” [First half of 1700s]