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— phrasal verb with go verb us.


Meaning: v. /ɡoʊ/ present tense goes | present participle going | past tense went us/went/ | past participle gone us /ɡɔn, ɡɑn/. If a price, amount, or level goes up, it becomes higher or greater than it was.

When he crashed his car all his travel plans went up in smoke. Synonym: approach , arise , ascend , burn down , burn up , climb , climb up , come near , come on , come up , draw close , draw near , lift , mount , move up , near , rise , uprise . Use * for blank spaces Advanced Search. go up. Let's go up to the second floor and take a look at the bathroom furnishings. Similar words: dig out , ring out , bring out , soup , coup , do up , group , couple .

to be … The whole house went up in smoke. go up. Your browser doesn't support HTML5 audio. Use * for blank tiles (max 2) Advanced Search Advanced Search. English words and Examples of Usage use "go up to" in a sentence It's too dangerous to cross the highway here, let's go up to the corner where there's a light. Interest rates went up. [VERB PARTICLE] Because of the fire, hundreds of houses went up in smoke. The whole house went up in smoke in less than an hour. Go up in a sentence. 4. Hop Definition of 'go up'.