- adj. idiomatic Served in a package or takeout container so as to be taken away from a restaurant rather than eaten on the premises.
- adj. idiomatic Remaining. To finish. (In a group of events or items) belonging to the subgroup that have not passed or have not been finished or have not been addressed yet.
“And she decides to go to the school dance that night though Long Duk Dong, the foreign exchange student staying with her family, is accompanying her.”
“If you succeed and help this ceremony of joining to go off without a hitch, if the null-field device is installed, and so on, I will be given a slap on the wrist by Starfleet for my actions, but lauded publicly as the savior of this world.”
“If Jamerson chooses to go public with this, there would be hell to pay.”
“LaShekia spent several days a week unable to go to school, struggling to keep up with homework from bed.”
“The head of Ann Summers, Jacqueline Gold, is considered too recognisable to go incognito for Undercover Boss Channel 4, so they sent her sister Vanessa, who in a brunette wig looks endearingly like Julia Roberts.”
“Nabil Shaath, head of a Palestinian delegation that met Tuesday with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, said "our plan to go to the United Nations will get support from Russia.”
“Brendan Guilfoyle, Peter Ridsdale and Ridsdale's co-bidder Kevin Heaney should realise we are not going to go away," said Buttivant.”
“A six of spades came on the turn, giving Stuey a four-flush to go with his pair of fives.”
“Placed along the nerves in the limbs of the body, they tell myelinated axons during development whether to go left or right.”
“But I have to go make a statement regarding Scott Mason.”
Looking for tweets for to go.