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Definition of "go for" [go for]

  • Used other than as an idiom: see go,‎ for. (verb)
  • To try for, to attempt to reach. (verb)
  • To undertake (an action). (verb)
  • To attack. (verb)
  • To develop a strong interest in, especially in a sudden manner; to be infatuated with. (verb)

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Use "go for" in a sentence
  • "“I could go for a batch of shaggymanes,” Pap said."
  • "They made a lightning quick start to the second period as Nacewa engineered a break from a midfield ruck, cantered through and passed for Horgan to go for the left corner and stretch over under pressure from the covering Thompson."
  • "It was either throw you down or go for the gun, and I guess I was closer to the gun, soI just did it."