go there meaning

  "go there" in a sentence
[American slang]
to begin a discussion of something; to take up a certain topic. (Similar to go into sth. Often in the negative. This has nothing to do with traveling or going to a place.)
  A: How are things going at your place of business? B: Please! I don't want to go there.
  We don't have time to discuss your health problems, so let's not go there.
  • go:    Verb: go (went,gon ...
  • go and:     (informal)1. To b ...
  • go at:    1. go at sth inf ...

Examples

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  1. wasn't he afraid to go there by himself?
  2. it would n't be wholesome for you to go there.
  3. it wouldn't be wholesome for you to go there.
  4. i'd heap rather die than go there any day.
  5. it was a mistake to go there on holiday.

Related Words

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  5. go the whole hog meaning
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  7. go through (the proper) channels meaning
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  10. go through hell and high water meaning
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