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Example sentences from the Web for go-to
Goto settled out of court for a reported $1.4 million and apologized to the family.
The weekly magazine Shukan Shincho wrote it up and named some of the celebrities in attendance but did not name Goto himself.
Id have to goto look after the others, said Dunston Porter, with a smile.Dave Porter on Cave Island|Edward Stratemeyer
And I wrot a letter and sent a present to the bongew of Goto for puting pilot abord and sending me word therof.Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I|Richard Cocks
Investigations reveal that Goto was there ahead of him; so Fujimoto sets out on a chase after the honeymoon pair.The Pacific Triangle|Sydney Greenbie
Id like to goto learn to fence, smiled the boy, and the colonel smiled too.Erskine Dale--Pioneer|John Fox
He wanted them to goto be aloneto stretch his arms, to rid himself of the burden of sense, and be free.The Girl From His Town|Marie Van Vorst
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]