||be liked, be accepted
||Free drinks will go over with the students. They'll like that idea.
||do it too much, go off the deep end
||He goes overboard if he likes a girl - buys her flowers every day.
||succeed, do well, make it big
||When Percy got his degree, we knew he was going places.
|go pound salt
||leave, go away, go tell your mother she wants you
||We don't allow babies in our gang. Go pound salt!
||tell the public, tell a reporter
||If he goes public, everybody will know that we had an affair.
||a turn, a try, a cowboy's ride
||In the second go-round, he scored a 79, better than his first try.
||be gentle, be considerate
||I've learned to go soft when I return papers with low grades.
||date only one person, go out with only one
||Tony and Pearl are going steady. They're faithful to each other.
||change from a criminal to a law-abiding citizen
||When he's released from prison he plans to go straight.
||(See going strong)