Detailed Translations for go from English to French


to go verb (goes, went, going)

  1. to go (leave; depart; go away; break up)
    partir; abandonner; quitter; délier; détacher; décomposer; défaire; dissoudre; subdiviser; s'en aller
    • partir verb (pars, part, partons, partez, )
    • abandonner verb (abandonne, abandonnes, abandonnons, abandonnez, )
    • quitter verb (quitte, quittes, quittons, quittez, )
    • délier verb (délie, délies, délions, déliez, )
    • détacher verb (détache, détaches, détachons, détachez, )
    • décomposer verb (décompose, décomposes, décomposons, décomposez, )
    • défaire verb (défais, défait, défaisons, défaites, )
    • dissoudre verb (dissous, dissout, dissolvons, dissolvez, )
    • subdiviser verb (subdivise, subdivises, subdivisons, subdivisez, )
    • s'en aller verb
  2. to go (be going to; move; pass; run; walk)
    aller; se rendre à; partir
    • aller verb (vais, vas, va, allons, )
    • partir verb (pars, part, partons, partez, )
  3. to go (move on; be going to; walk; move)
    avancer; se mouvoir
    • avancer verb (avance, avances, avançons, avancez, )
    • se mouvoir verb
  4. to go (traverse; cover; travel; do)
    parcourir; accomplir
    • parcourir verb (parcours, parcourt, parcourons, parcourez, )
    • accomplir verb (accomplis, accomplit, accomplissons, accomplissez, )

Conjugations for go:

  1. go
  2. go
  3. goes
  4. go
  5. go
  6. go
simple past
  1. went
  2. went
  3. went
  4. went
  5. went
  6. went
present perfect
  1. have gone
  2. have gone
  3. has gone
  4. have gone
  5. have gone
  6. have gone
past continuous
  1. was going
  2. were going
  3. was going
  4. were going
  5. were going
  6. were going
  1. shall go
  2. will go
  3. will go
  4. shall go
  5. will go
  6. will go
continuous present
  1. am going
  2. are going
  3. is going
  4. are going
  5. are going
  6. are going
  1. be gone
  2. be gone
  3. be gone
  4. be gone
  5. be gone
  6. be gone
  1. go!
  2. let's go!
  3. gone
  4. going
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

go [the ~] noun

  1. the go (game; turn; round)
    le jeu; le tour; la partie

Translation Matrix for go:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aller drive; flight there; journey out; one-way; outward flight; outward journey; ride; way there
avancer push forward
jeu game; go; round; turn competition; computer game; contest; deck; game; leeway; margin; match; play; playing; set; video game; way of playing
partie game; go; round; turn board; branch; brigade; celebration; chunk; department; detachment; division; element; elementary component; feast; fundamental ingredient; game; hunk; ingredient; lot; parcel; parliamentary party; part; party; piece; play; playing; portion; principle ingredient; quantity; section; segment; share; treat; ward
place location; place
tour game; go; round; turn ability; adroitness; agility; art; avenue; castle-tower; circle; dealing with; dexterity; distance; drive; excursion; expedition; feat; gimmick; hike; hiking tour; inversion; journey; knack; lathe; making one's round; march; orbit; outing; passage; path; prank; promenade; ramble; reach; revolution; ring; road; rotation; round; shenanigan; short walk; silly trick; skill; skyscraper; sleight of hand; small circle; stretch; stroll; tour; tour of inspection; tower; tower block; track; trail; tramp; trick; trip; turn; turret; voyage; walk; way
- Adam; X; XTC; crack; cristal; disco biscuit; ecstasy; fling; go game; hug drug; offer; pass; spell; tour; turn; whirl
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abandonner break up; depart; go; go away; leave abandon; abort; annul; cancel; cease; depart from; desert; discard; drop out; give up; leave; pull out; quit; relinquish; render thanks; renunciate; rescind; retire; say thank you to; secede from; stop; thank; throw in the towel; withdraw
accomplir cover; do; go; travel; traverse accomplish; achieve; act; attain; bring about; bring to an end; carry out; complete; do; effect; end; execute; finish; get done; get ready; realise; realize; substantiate; succeed
aller be going to; go; move; pass; run; walk drive there; ought to; shall; step; will
avancer be going to; go; move; move on; walk advance; ascend; assert; bring forward; bring in; bring in money; bring up; broach; broach a subject; climb; contend; continue; cut into; demonstrate; do as if; express; express oneself; feign; forge ahead; forward; give expression to; go on; go onward; impersonate; improve; initiate; intimate; introduce; make a proposal; make head-way; make progress; march on; move on; move up; nominate; postulate; present; pretend; progress; prompt; propel; propose; push forward; put forward; put on the table; raise; reveal oneself; rise; sham; slide in front; speak; step onward; suggest; take it further; talk; to get promoted; utter; ventilate
dissoudre break up; depart; go; go away; leave break down; break up; collapse; crumble; demolish; destroy; disintegrate; dissolve; drag down; fall apart; fall to bits; fall to pieces; get down; melt away; melt down; pull down; smelt; take down; tear down; tear loose; wreck
décomposer break up; depart; go; go away; leave be lost; be wrecked; break down; break up; collapse; crash; crumble; decay; degenerate; demolish; destroy; deteriorate; disintegrate; drag down; fall apart; fall into decline; fall to bits; fall to pieces; get down; go bad; meet an accident; perish; pull down; rot; spoil; take down; tear down; tear loose; wreck
défaire break up; depart; go; go away; leave break down; break up; collapse; crumble; demolish; destroy; disconnect; disintegrate; drag down; drop out; fall apart; fall to bits; fall to pieces; fray; get down; get undone; loosen; pull down; pull out; quit; ravel out; release; screw off; set free; take down; tear down; tear loose; unbutton; uncouple; undo; unlace; unlock; unpick; unravel; unscrew; untie; work loose; wreck
délier break up; depart; go; go away; leave unbuckle; untying
détacher break up; depart; go; go away; leave break open; crack; cut down; cut free; cut loose; decode; detach; differentiate; disconnect; dislodge; drop out; employ; force open; get undone; hire; knock open; loosen; pluck; pull off; pull out; quit; release; rinse; rip off; separate; set free; set to work; split; tear off; tear open; uncouple; unlace; unpick; unpin; untie; wash; work loose
parcourir cover; do; go; travel; traverse browse; browse for; control; examine; fly on; fly through; glance through; hike; inspect; look into; pass through; survey; travel; travel about; travel through; turn over the leaves; view
partir be going to; break up; depart; go; go away; leave; move; pass; run; walk abandon; abdicate; be killed; be killed in action; be off; begin; break into; commence; depart; depart from; depart this earth; depart this life; die; fall; fetch back; get under way; go away; grease; leave; leave for; open; pass away; perish; pull back; resign; resign from; retire; retrieve; rub in; sail; sail away; sail off; secede from; set in motion; set out; set sail; set up; smear; start; start to; strike up; succumb; take off; take on; travel; undertake; walk away; withdraw
quitter break up; depart; go; go away; leave abandon; abdicate; depart; depart from; desert; exit; fetch back; go away; grease; leave; leave for; pull back; resign; resign from; retire; retrieve; rub in; sail; secede from; set out; smear; start; take off; travel; withdraw
s'en aller break up; depart; go; go away; leave abandon; abdicate; be off; beat it; break away from; bugger off; bugger up; buzz off; clear off; clear out; depart; depart from; desert; desert the army; do a moonlight flit; fetch back; fuck off; get; get lost; get on; go astray; go away; go to hell; go with the wind; grease; leave; leave for; move on; pack it; piss off; pull back; push off; resign; resign from; retire; retrieve; rub in; run away; run off; sail; sail away; scram; secede from; set out; smear; start; take off; travel; walk away; walk off; walk out; withdraw
se mouvoir be going to; go; move; move on; walk agitate; mix; move; stir
se rendre à be going to; go; move; pass; run; walk go to; head for; make for
subdiviser break up; depart; go; go away; leave itemise; itemize; separate; split up; subdivide; suffer from heartburn
- become; belong; blend; blend in; break; break down; buy the farm; cash in one's chips; conk; conk out; decease; depart; die; endure; exit; expire; extend; fail; fit; function; get; get going; give out; give way; go away; go bad; hold out; hold up; kick the bucket; last; lead; live; live on; locomote; move; operate; pass; pass away; perish; plump; proceed; rifle; run; run low; run short; sound; start; survive; travel; work
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
partie control part; part
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- come to pass; life; proceed
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
place away; go; push off; shoo
place par là away; go; push off; shoo

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Related Definitions for "go":

  1. functioning correctly and ready for action1
    • all systems are go1
  2. a board game for two players who place counters on a grid; the object is to surround and so capture the opponent's counters1
  3. a usually brief attempt1
  4. street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine1
  5. a time for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else)1
  6. enter or assume a certain state or condition1
    • her face went red with anger1
    • She went into ecstasy1
    • Get going!1
  7. follow a certain course1
    • The inauguration went well1
    • how did your interview go?1
  8. pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life1
    • The patient went peacefully1
  9. be abolished or discarded1
    • These ugly billboards have to go!1
    • These luxuries all had to go under the Khmer Rouge1
  10. stop operating or functioning1
    • The engine finally went1
    • her eyesight went after the accident1
  11. progress by being changed1
    • The speech has to go through several more drafts1
  12. give support (to) or make a choice (of) one out of a group or number1
  13. have a turn; make one's move in a game1
    • Can I go now?1
  14. to be spent or finished1
    • The money had gone after a few days1
  15. be spent1
    • All my money went for food and rent1
  16. go through in search of something; search through someone's belongings in an unauthorized way1
  17. perform as expected when applied1
    • The washing machine won't go unless it's plugged in1
  18. change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically1
    • How fast does your new car go?1
    • The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect1
  19. move away from a place into another direction1
  20. begin or set in motion1
    • Ready, set, go!1
  21. make a certain noise or sound1
    • She went `Mmmmm'1
    • The gun went `bang'1
  22. follow a procedure or take a course1
    • We should go farther in this matter1
    • She went through a lot of trouble1
    • go about the world in a certain manner1
    • Messages must go through diplomatic channels1
  23. pass, fare, or elapse; of a certain state of affairs or action1
    • How is it going?1
    • The day went well until I got your call1
  24. be or continue to be in a certain condition1
    • The children went hungry that day1
  25. continue to live through hardship or adversity1
    • We went without water and food for 3 days1
  26. be awarded; be allotted1
    • The first prize goes to Mary1
    • Her money went on clothes1
  27. be the right size or shape; fit correctly or as desired1
  28. stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point1
    • His knowledge doesn't go very far1
  29. lead, extend, or afford access1
    • This door goes to the basement1
  30. blend or harmonize1
    • This sofa won't go with the chairs1
  31. be sounded, played, or expressed1
    • How does this song go again?1
  32. be contained in1
    • How many times does 18 go into 54?1
  33. have a particular form1
    • as the saying goes...1
  34. be ranked or compare1
    • This violinist is as good as Juilliard-trained violinists go1
  35. be in the right place or situation1
    • Let's put health care where it belongs--under the control of the government1
    • Where do these books go?1

Wiktionary Translations for go:

  1. board game
  2. turn at something
  3. turn in a game
  4. attempt
  5. approval
  1. slang: to say (jump)
  2. to become (jump)
  3. to urinate (jump) (see also pee)
  4. to date (jump)
  5. to make (a specified sound) (jump)
  6. of a machine, to work (jump)
  7. to fit (jump)
  8. to disappear (jump)
  9. to move from a place to another that is further away (jump)
  1. Se déplacer jusqu’à un endroit.
  2. Aller d’un lieu à un autre (Sens général)
  1. départ
  2. Aller quelque part
  1. tentative
  2. esprit de compétition, énergie qui fait qu’on se surpasser pour emporter la victoire, gnaque (ce dernier mot tend à supplanter gagne en ce début de XXIe siècle).
  3. jeu de go|fr jeu de stratégie d’origine chinoise et qui se joue à deux joueurs.

Cross Translation:
go élan; entrain Elan — die Begeisterung oder der Schwung, womit man etwas macht
go go Go — Strategisches Brettspiel aus Ostasien
go conduire fahrenHilfsverb „haben“: ein Fahrzeug lenken bzw. führen
go aller gehen — sich schreitend, schrittweise fortbewegen
go aller gehenmit einem abhängigen Infinitiv eines Verbs: einen anderen Ort aufsuchen, um dort die mit dem anderen Verb beschrieben Handlung auszuführen
go partir gehen — einen Ort oder eine Zusammenkunft verlassen
go dire lauten — aus den genannten Worten bestehen, den Wortlaut haben
go aller gaan — zich in een bepaalde richting bewegen

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