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    at/in one go?

    You have to take all the tablets at one go.
    You have to take all the tablets in one go.

    Which one is correct?

    Thanks a lot


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    Re: at/in one go?

    I would say "in one go", meaning "all at once".
    "At one go" would seem to indicate "with one attempt".
    Bill

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    Re: at/in one go?

    Thanks Bill

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