|go around with
||be friends with, hang out with
||At the time, I was going around with a girl named Diane.
|go at a good clip
||(See at a good clip)
|go back on
||reverse a decision, break a promise
||Mat wouldn't go back on his word. He's very dependable.
||spoil, become sour
||Milk will go bad if it's left in the sun. It will taste sour.
||become very upset, freak out
||When I told Mom I was pregnant she went ballistic.
||become very excited, act crazy, go nuts
||When Elvis swiveled his hips, the girls went bananas.
||become insane, go crazy
||With ten kids, it's a wonder the poor woman didn't go berserk.
||lose control of emotions, freak out, go crazy
||He went bonkers because there was too much pressure at work.
||go bankrupt, go under
||Two of his companies went bust within a year.
|go by the boards
||become less important, be neglected or omitted
||When he returned to school, his social life went by the boards.