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NOUN   a go | goes
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VERB  to go | went | gone/[archaic] agone ... 
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gaan
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to go
lopen
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to go
rijdento go [by vehicle]
2 Words: Others
Doe gerust!Go ahead!
2 Words: Verbs
weggaanto go away
teruggaanto go back [return]
omlaaggaanto go down
zakkento go down
aftakelen [mens]to go downhill [fig.] [of a person, to become degenerate]
intredento go in [enter] [a building, etc.]
verder gaanto go on
doorgaanto go on [continue]
stappen [omg.]to go out [for a drink]
op stap gaanto go out [leave one's house, for entertainment]
iets doornemento go over sth.
winkelento go shopping
boodschappen doento go shopping
doorlopento go through
ondergaan [doormaken]to go through
iets doornemento go through sth.
iets meemakento go through sth. [ordeal]
2 Words: Nouns
gemeenschappelijke onderneming {de} <GO>joint venture
3 Words: Others
Alsjeblief!Here you go! [coll.]
Alsjeblieft!Here you go! [coll.]
3 Words: Verbs
in ballingschap gaanto go into exile
onderduikento go into hiding
op vakantie gaanto go on holiday [esp. Br.]
op vakantie gaanto go on vacation [Am.]
aftakelento go to pot [coll.]
aftakelento go to seed
3 Words: Nouns
draaimolen {de}merry-go-round [Br.]
4 Words: Others
zeg. Daar gaan we weer!Here we go again! [coll.]
4 Words: Verbs
film naar de film gaanto go to the cinema [esp. Br.]
naar de bioscoop gaanto go to the movies [Am.]
film naar de film gaanto go to the movies [esp. Am.]
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