Phrasal Verb: Go for

Phrasal Verb: Go for


Meaning: Attack

Example: The neighbour's dog WENT FOR the postman and bit him.

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Phrasal Verb: Go for


Meaning: Be attracted to

Example: She tends to GO FOR guys like him.

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Phrasal Verb: Go for


Meaning: Choose, select

Example: I'll GO FOR the soup of the day, followed by the duck.

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Phrasal Verb: Go for


Meaning: Try to get

Example: The player WENT FOR the ball but missed.

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Phrasal Verb: Go for


Meaning: Have something favourable

Example: The play didn't have much GOING FOR IT and we left halfway through.

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Phrasal Verb: Go for


Meaning: Pass for or serve as

Example: It's a couch that also GOES FOR a bed.

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