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    #1

    on the go

    I would like to know if someone can tell me the signification about this idiom: ''on the go''

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    Re: on the go

    It means while you are moving or going about other activities. In a car, for example.

    "Do you want to stop for lunch?"

    "No, we'll just grab something and eat it on the go."

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    Re: on the go

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    It means while you are moving or going about other activities. In a car, for example.

    "Do you want to stop for lunch?"

    "No, we'll just grab something and eat it on the go."
    Agreed.

    Also:

    "She's always on the go - she just never stops doing things."

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