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  • interj. first-person plural imperative of to go.
  • interj. Hurry up, be quick.


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  • Come and let's go to Mazar, Mullah Mohammadjan, To see the fields of tulips, o beloved companion.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • You'll get a line an 'I'll get a pole, now, let's go down to that crawdads1 hole

    Big Bill Broonzy Lyrics

  • Put your cat clothes on, let's go bopping the blues

    Carl Perkins Wears The Crown

  • Alexey Nikolaitch, let's go to the stable and take

    A Month in the Country

  • You'll get a line, I'll get a pole, and the men came in, let's go down to that crawdad1 hole

    Big Bill Broonzy Lyrics

  • "Hey, kids, let's go raid your brother's junk-food cabinet and find some snacks for the road."

    Strategic Engagement

  • "Gimme back the stick —" The frontseater resumed control of his aircraft and realigned his radio frequencies with "Carbine, let's go back to rescue frequency."

    Thud Ridge

  • And that gives us enough confidence to say, let's go launch streaming-only around the world.

    What's Playing—and Where

  • 'Come, let's go and see this sleep-walking penitent first, and - who knows?

    The Devil's Novice

  • One morning she said abruptly, "Anna, let's go and call on President M. Carey Thomas, of Bryn Mawr."

    The Story of a Pioneer


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