- full of energy, vitality, or daring: the go-go generation.
- stylish, modern, or up-to-date: the go-go social set.
- of or relating to the music and dancing performed at discotheques or nightclubs.
- performing at a discotheque or nightclub.
- seeking large earnings quickly by trading aggressively and often speculatively in stocks: a go-go mutual fund.
- marked by swift price upswings due to excessive speculation: a go-go stock.
- being a time of great prosperity, economic growth, and optimism: the go-go years of the 1920s.
Origin of go-go
or à Go·go, à go-go
- as much as you like; to your heart's content; galore: food and drink à gogo.
- with go-go music and dancing or a go-go atmosphere (used especially in the names of cabarets, discotheques, and the like): They danced all night at the Mistral à gogo.
Origin of à gogo
Related Words for gogoenjoyable, vigorous, provocative, cheerful, festive, frisky, buoyant, peppy, spirited, nimble, bright, entertaining, animated, stimulating, refreshing, bustling, wise, mindful, conscious, apprehensive
Examples from the Web for gogo
Contemporary Examples of gogo
Megan takes Sally shopping for a dress, and she stuns everyone by appearing in a short dress, gogo boots, and lots of makeup.‘Mad Men’ Returns: A Recap of Season Five
April 5, 2013
Historical Examples of gogo
And George did not like to have Gogo away from the house at night.
You're going to bed promptly at nine, aren't you, Mary--and Gogo, too?
As washing the hair with gogo is one of the luxuries of the Philippines, I shall describe how it is done.
They are very careful of their hair, washing it with gogo and anointing it with ajonjoli oil2 perfumed with musk.
The seeds of “gogo” are very large, lenticular, flattened, 3–4 centimeters in diameter.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines
T. H. Pardo de Tavera
Word Origin for gogo
- informal as much as one likes; galorewine à gogo
Word Origin for à gogo
- of or relating to discos or the lively music and dancing performed in them
- dynamic or forceful
Word Origin for go-go
1964, "fashionable," from slang the go "the rage" (1962); see go. First appearance of go-go dancer is from 1965.