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Verb

(idiomatic) go for

  1. to go somewhere in order to get something
    I'll go for some milk.
  2. to try for something (especially in the phrase go for it)
    I'll go for the World record.
  3. to attack something
    Careful, he'll go for your throat!
  4. to endure, sustain or spend time
    If John goes for three days without sleep, he will be very tired.
  5. to be equally valid or appropriate
    My wife hates football, and that goes for me as well.
  6. to do something, especially for leisure.
    I like to go for a walk in the park to relax.
    I'll go for a swim if it's warm enough.

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