go to

go to
verb
be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc. (Freq. 31)
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She attends class regularly

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I rarely attend services at my church

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did you go to the meeting?

Syn: ↑attend
Ant: ↑miss (for: ↑attend)
Derivationally related forms: ↑attendant (for: ↑attend), ↑attender (for: ↑attend), ↑attendance (for: ↑attend)
Topics: ↑church service, ↑church
Hypernyms: ↑be
Hyponyms: ↑sit in, ↑worship
Verb Frames:
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Somebody ——s something

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(or use) the bathroom urinate or defecate

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go to [phrasal verb]
1 go to (something) : to begin to be in (a particular state, condition, or situation)

You need to go to sleep.

The countries went to war.

2 go to (someone or something) : to be given to (someone or something)

First prize went to the team from Chicago.

The property will go to his wife if he dies before she does.

3 go to (trouble or expense) chiefly US : to do something that causes you (trouble or expense)

You shouldn't go to all this trouble just for me.

They went to a lot of expense [=they spent a lot of money] to make sure that the job was done correctly.

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Main Entry:go

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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