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VERB  to go on | went on | gone on ... 
SYNO   to come about | to fall out ... 
SEE ALSO  goon
Go on. [Continue with what you were saying.]Red weiter.
Go on. [Continue with what you were saying.]Sprechen Sie weiter.
to go on [be in process]laufen [im Gang sein, z. B. Gerichtsverfahren]
to go on [continue doing]weitermachen
to go on [continue]andauern
to go on [continue]fortfahren [weitermachen]
to go on [continue]weitergehen
to go on [continue] [by vehicle]weiterfahren
to go on [light]angehen [Licht etc.]
to go on [to happen]vor sich gehen
to go on ... [taxes]entfallen auf ... [Steuern]
to go on sth. [money]für etw. draufgehen [Geld] [ugs.]
to go on sth. [trip, journey]etw.Akk. unternehmen [Ausflug, Reise]
Go on, now.Jetzt geh nur.
Go on, please.Fahren Sie bitte fort. [formelle Anrede]
on the go {adv}unterwegs
to go (on foot)laufen [zu Fuß gehen]
to go arty on sb. [coll.]jdm. auf die Künstlertour kommen [ugs.] [Pseudokunstverstand]
idiom to go back on sb. [betray]jdn. betrügen
idiom to go back on sb. [betray]jdn. hintergehen
idiom to go back on sb. [betray]jdn. im Stich lassen
to go back on sth. [renege]etw. zurücknehmen [Zusage, Versprechen, Plan]
to go down on sb. [sl.] [vulg.] [perform cunnilingus]jdn. lecken [vulg.] [Oralverkehr an einer Frau vollziehen]
to go down on sb. [sl.] [vulg.] [perform fellatio]jdm. einen blasen [vulg.]
to go easy on sb.jdn. mit Nachsicht behandeln
to go easy on sb./sth.jdn./etw. schonen
to go easy on sth. [idiom]etw.Akk. auf Sparflamme kochen [Redewendung]
to go easy on sth. [idiom]etw.Akk. auf Sparflamme tun [Redewendung]
to go ham on sth. [sl.] [idiom] [esp. Afro-American]zu etw.Dat. austicken [ugs.]
to go on about sb.gegen jdn. stänkern [ugs.]
to go on about sb./sth. [pej.] [talk at length, esp. negatively]sich über jdn./etw. auslassen
to go on about sth.etw. breittreten [ugs.] [fig.] [weitschweifig darlegen]
to go on about sth.dauernd über etw. reden
to go on aheadvorgehen [früher gehen]
to go on at sb.auf jdn. losgehen
to go on at sth.etw. kritisieren
to go on beforevorangehen
naut. to go on boardan Bord gehen
to go on crutchesan / auf Krücken gehen
to go on crutchessich mit Krücken fortbewegen [an Krücken gehen]
to go on display [idiom]ausgestellt werden
to go on doing sth.mit etw.Dat. fortfahren [eine Tätigkeit fortsetzen]
to go on errandsBesorgungen machen
to go on furloughin Urlaub gehen [Soldaten]
to go on hiatusaussetzen
to go on holidayFerien machen
travel to go on holidayauf Urlaub fahren [österr.]
to go on holidayin Urlaub fahren
to go on holiday [esp. Br.]in Urlaub gehen
to go on holiday [esp. Br.]in die Ferien gehen
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A 2021-02-22: oder non-fig.: die Tournee durchziehen ("the show must go on")
A 2018-09-14: to go on the pull [Br.] [coll.] [to look for sexual partners]
A 2018-09-13: There was nothing wrong with to go on the pull.
Q 2017-12-20: "go on results"
A 2016-08-18: Perhaps they sell devices that go on a cart, to be wheeled around a hospit...
Q 2016-05-21: go on fb
Q 2016-05-16: go online
Q 2015-06-09: We would go on for hours?? / past
A 2014-02-03: In some contexts: So I'm going on ahead / So go on aheard
A 2014-02-03: I'm going on ahead already / You go on ahead already
A 2014-01-22: I'm sorry about the above (2:27) mess. Was interrupted. Too tired to go on...
A 2013-11-23: vegetieren > to eke out a bare / miserable existence; vor sich hin vegetie...
A 2013-10-08: Possibly. A little to go on would be nice. Learning, translating...?
A 2013-06-19: You may jolly well have heard it used, Joanne. Busy socialites may ditch t...
A 2013-05-12: AE ... hope to go on
A 2012-11-28: The phrase implies that a labor organization is requesting workers to go o...
A 2012-04-17: "to go on" -> "to attend"
A 2012-03-14: I think you've all given me enough to go on!
A 2012-01-29: How does the sentence go on?
A 2012-01-17: To go on the razz is to go out and have a good time (generally involving d...

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