Meaning of go in Hindi

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What is the meaning of go in Hindi?

Meaning of go in Hindi is : होनाना

Definition of word go

  • To move from one place to another. syn. ant. transl. (verb)
  • To leave; to move away. syn. ant. (verb)
  • To be given, especially to be assigned or allotted. (verb)
  • To extend (from one point to another). (verb)
  • To lead (in a direction). (verb)
  • To elapse. (verb)
  • To start. (verb)
  • To begin an action or process. (verb)
  • To resort (to). (verb)
  • To change from one value to another. (verb)
  • To end or disappear. syn. transl. (verb)
  • To be spent or used up. (verb)
  • To be discarded. (verb)
  • To be sold. (verb)
  • To die. (verb)
  • To collapse. syn. transl. (verb)
  • To break down or decay. (verb)
  • To proceed (often to indicate the perceived quality of an event or state). (verb)
  • To work (through or over), especially mentally. (verb)
  • To tend or contribute toward a result. (verb)
  • To fit. syn. transl. (verb)
  • To be compatible, especially of colors or food and drink. (verb)
  • To belong (somewhere). syn. transl. (verb)
  • To be expressed or composed (a certain way). (verb)
  • To take a turn, especially in a game. syn. transl. (verb)
  • To attend. (verb)
  • this sense?) (intransitive) To take up a profession. (verb)
  • To be in a state continuously. (verb)
  • To survive or get by; to last or persist for a stated length of time. (verb)
  • To move or travel in order to do something, or to do something while moving. (verb)
  • To make an effort. (verb)
  • To date. syn. transl. (verb)
  • To fight or attack. (verb)
  • To work or function. syn. transl. (verb)
  • To have authority. (verb)
  • To be valid or accepted. (verb)
  • To be told; to circulate. (verb)
  • To be known or considered. (verb)
  • To sound; to make a noise. (verb)
  • To urinate or defecate. syn. transl. (verb)
  • To do, especially to do something foolish. (verb)
  • To walk. (verb)
  • To be lost. (verb)
  • To be out. (verb)
  • To become. The adjective that follows usually describes a negative state. syn. transl. (verb)
  • To move for a particular distance or in a particular fashion. (verb)
  • To take a particular part or share. (verb)
  • To bet or venture (an amount). (verb)
  • To yield or weigh. (verb)
  • To follow (a course or path). (verb)
  • To offer or bid an amount. (verb)
  • To make (a specified sound). transl. (verb)
  • To enjoy. (verb)
  • To have a certain record. (verb)
  • To say (something). Often used in present tense. transl. (verb)
  • To think or say to oneself. (verb)
  • To attack. (verb)
  • A turn at something. (noun)
  • A turn in a game. (noun)
  • An attempt. (noun)
  • An approval to do something or a something that has been approved to do. (noun)
  • A board game, originally from China, played in East Asia, mostly in China, Japan, and Korea. (noun)

Examples of word go

  • CONAN: We were going to talk about it in just a minute, but I think we have to let Cornel go� Ms. SIMON: Oh, you've got to go.
  • A rumpus fun story about 10 clowns who want to go to town, but on each page the readers discover why each clown can't go*.
  • Here you go partner…..go here and look for it, it should be there for you to buy.
  • I'd s'pose Mr. BS has it buried some where in the "crap drivel"..just waiting 4u..go blog racer go blog racer go...vomit/hurl
  • May 22, 2008 at 9:15 am go to the window….go to the window…..go to the window….


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