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obsolete
     1. adj. (of words, equipment, etc.) No longer in use; gone into disuse; disused or neglected (often by preference for something newer, which replaces the subject).
           It is speculated that, within a few years, the Internet's speedy delivery of news worldwide will make newspapers obsolete.
     2. adj. (biology) Imperfectly developed; not very distinct.
     3. v. (transitive, US) To cause to become obsolete.
           This software component has been obsoleted.
           We are in the process of obsoleting this product.
to
     1. part. A particle used for marking the following verb as an infinitive.
           I want to leave.
           He asked me what to do.
           I don’t know how to say it.
           I have places to go and people to see.
     2. part. As above, with the verb implied.
           "Did you visit the museum?" "I wanted to, but it was closed.".
           If he hasn't read it yet, he ought to.
     3. part. A particle used to create phrasal verbs.
           I have to do laundry today.
     4. prep. Indicating destination: In the direction of, and arriving at.
           We are walking to the shop.
     5. prep. Used to indicate purpose.
           He devoted himself to education.
           They drank to his health.
     6. prep. Used to indicate result of action.
           His face was beaten to a pulp.
     7. prep. Used after an adjective to indicate its application.
           similar to ..., relevant to ..., pertinent to ..., I was nice to him, he was cruel to her, I am used to walking.
     8. prep. (obsolete,) As a.
           With God to friend (with God as a friend);   with The Devil to fiend (with the Devil as a foe);   lambs slaughtered to lake (lambs slaughtered as a sacrifice);   t
     9. prep. (arithmetic) Used to indicate a ratio or comparison.
           one to one = 1:1
           ten to one = 10:1.
           I have ten dollars to your four.
     10. prep. (arithmetic) Used to indicate that the preceding term is to be raised to the power of the following value; indicates exponentiation.
           Three squared or three to the second power is nine.
           Three to the power of two is nine.
           Three to the second is nine.
     11. prep. Used to indicate the indirect object.
           I gave the book to him.
     12. prep. (time) Preceding.
           ten to ten = 9:50; We're going to leave at ten to (the hour).
     13. prep. Used to describe what something consists of or contains.
           Anyone could do this job; there's nothing to it.
           There's a lot of sense to what he says.
     14. prep. (Canada, UK, Newfoundland, West Midlands) At.
           Stay where you're to and I'll come find you, b'y.
     15. adv. Toward a closed, touching or engaging position.
           Please push the door to.
     16. adv. (nautical) Into the wind.
     17. adv. misspelling of too
I had to accept
she said to herself
go
     1. v. To move:
     2. v.          (intransitive) To move through space (especially to or through a place). (May be used of tangible things like people or cars, or intangible things like
                   Why don’t you go with us?   This train goes through Cincinnati on its way to Chicago.   Chris, where are you going? &nbs
     3. v.          (intransitive) To move or travel through time (either literally—in a fictional or hypothetical situation in which time travel is possible—or in one's m
                    Yesterday was the second-wettest day on record; you have to go all the way back to 1896 to find a day when more rain fell.
                    Fans want to see the Twelfth Doctor go to the 51st century to visit River in the library.
     4. v.          (intransitive) To navigate (to a file or folder on a computer, a site on the internet, a memory, etc).
     5. v.          To move (a particular distance, or in a particular fashion).
                   We've only gone twenty miles today.   This car can go circles around that one.
     6. v.          (intransitive) To move or travel in order to do something, or to do something while moving.
                   We went swimming.   Let's go shopping.
     7. v.          (intransitive) To leave; to move away.
                   Please don't go!   I really must be going.   Workmen were coming and going at all hours of the night.
     8. v.          (obsolete, intransitive) To walk; to travel on one's feet.
     9. v. (intransitive, chiefly of a, machine) To work or function (properly); to move or perform (as required).
           The engine just won't go anymore.
     10. v. (intransitive) To start; to begin (an action or process).
           Get ready, get set, go!   On your marks, get set, go!   On your marks, set, go!
           Here goes nothing.   Let's go and hunt.
     11. v. (intransitive) To take a turn, especially in a game.
           It’s your turn; go.
     12. v. (intransitive) To attend.
           I go to school at the schoolhouse.   She went to Yale.   They only go to church on Christmas.
     13. v. To proceed:
     14. v.         (intransitive) To proceed (often in a specified manner, indicating the perceived quality of an event or state).
                   That went well.   "How are things going?" "Not bad, thanks.".
     15. v.          (intransitive, colloquial, with another verb, sometimes linked by and) To proceed (especially to do something foolish).
                   Why'd you have to go and do that?
                   Why'd you have to go do that?
                   He just went and punched the guy.
     16. v. To follow or travel along (a path):
     17. v.          To follow or proceed according to (a course or path).
                   Let's go this way for a while.
                    She was going that way anyway, so she offered to show him where it was.
     18. v.          To travel or pass along.
     19. v. (intransitive) To extend (from one point in time or space to another).
           This property goes all the way to the state line.
     20. v. (intransitive) To lead (to a place); to give access to.
           Does this road go to Fort Smith?
     21. v. (copula) To become. (The adjective that follows usually describes a negative state.)
           You'll go blind.   I went crazy / went mad.   After failing as a criminal, he decided to go straight.
     22. v. To assume the obligation or function of; to be, to serve as.
     23. v. (intransitive) To continuously or habitually be in a state.
           I don't want my children to go hungry.   We went barefoot in the summer.
     24. v. To come to (a certain condition or state).
           they went into debt, she goes to sleep around 10 o'clock, the local shop wants to go digital, and eventually go global
     25. v. (intransitive) To change (from one value to another) in the meaning of wend.
              The traffic light went straight from green to red.
     26. v. To turn out, to result; to come to (a certain result).
           How did your meeting with Smith go?
     27. v. (intransitive) To tend (toward a result).
           Well, that goes to show you.   These experiences go to make us stronger.
     28. v. To contribute to a (specified) end product or result.
           qualities that go to make a lady / lip-reader / sharpshooter
     29. v. To pass, to be used up:
     30. v.          (intransitive, of time) To elapse, to pass; to slip away. (Compare go by.)
                   The time went slowly.
     31. v.          (intransitive) To end or disappear. (Compare go away.)
                   After three days, my headache finally went.
     32. v.          (intransitive) To be spent or used up.
                   His money went on drink.
     33. v. (intransitive) To die.
     34. v. (intransitive) To be discarded.
           This chair has got to go.
     35. v. (intransitive, cricket) To be lost or out:
     36. v.          (intransitive, cricket, of a wicket) To be lost.
     37. v.          (intransitive, cricket, of a batsman) To be out.
     38. v. To break down or apart:
     39. v.          (intransitive) To collapse or give way, to break apart.
     40. v.          (intransitive) To break down or decay.
                   This meat is starting to go off.   My mind is going.   She's 83; her eyesight is starting to go.
     41. v. (intransitive) To be sold.
           Everything must go.   The car went for five thousand dollars.
     42. v. (intransitive) To be given, especially to be assigned or allotted.
           The property shall go to my wife.   The award went to Steven Spielberg.
     43. v. (transitive, intransitive) To survive or get by; to last or persist for a stated length of time.
           How long can you go without water?   We've gone without your help for a while now.   I've gone ten days now without a cigarette.   Can you two go twenty minutes wi
     44. v. (transitive, sports) To have a certain record.
           They've gone one for three in this series.   The team is going five in a row.
     45. v. To be authoritative, accepted, or valid:
     46. v.          (intransitive) To have (final) authority; to be authoritative.
                   Whatever the boss says goes, do you understand?
     47. v.          (intransitive) To be accepted.
                   Anything goes around here.
     48. v.          (intransitive) To be valid.
     49. v. To say (something), to make a sound:
     50. v.          (transitive, slang) To say (something, aloud or to oneself). (Often used in present tense.)
                   I go, "As if!" And she was all like, "Whatever!".
                   As soon as I did it, I went "that was stupid.".
     51. v.          To make the (specified) sound.
                   Cats go "meow". Motorcycles go "vroom".
     52. v.          (intransitive) To sound; to make a noise.
                   I woke up just before the clock went.
     53. v. To be expressed or composed (a certain way).
           The tune goes like this.   As the story goes, he got the idea for the song while sitting in traffic.
     54. v. (intransitive) To resort (to).
           I'll go to court if I have to.
     55. v. To apply or subject oneself to:
     56. v.          To apply oneself; to undertake; to have as one's goal or intention. (Compare be going to.)
                    I'm going to join a sports team.   I wish you'd go and get a job.   He went to pick it up, but it rolled out of reach.
I want to go over everything
she said the fire would go out
against
     1. prep. (heading, physical) A close but separated relationship.
     2. prep.          In a contrary direction to.
                   If you swim against the current, you must work harder.
     3. prep.          Close to.
                   The kennel was put against the back wall.
     4. prep.          In front of; before a background.
                   The giant was silhouetted against the door.
     5. prep.          In physical contact with.
                   The puppy rested its head against a paw.
     6. prep.          In physical opposition to, or in collision with.
                   The rain pounds against the window.
     7. prep. (heading, social) A contrasting or competitive relationship.
     8. prep.          In contrast and/or comparison with.
                   He stands out against his local classmates.
     9. prep.          In competition with, versus.
                   The Tigers will play against the Bears this weekend.
     10. prep.          In opposition to.
                   Are you against freedom of choice?  I'd bet against his succeeding.
     11. prep. In exchange for.
           The vouchers are redeemable against West End shows and theatre breaks.
     12. prep. As counterbalance to.(, en)
     13. prep. As a charge on.(, en)
     14. prep. As protection from.
           He turned the umbrella against the wind.
     15. prep. (obsolete) Exposed to.(, en)
     16. prep. In anticipation of; in preparation for (a particular time, event etc.).
     17. prep. (Hollywood) To be paid now in contrast to the following amount to be paid later under specified circumstances, usually that a movie is made or has started filming.
           The studio weren't sure the movie would ever get made, so they only paid $50,000 against $200,000. That way they wouldn't be out very much if filming never began.
     18. conj. (obsolete) By the time that (something happened); before.
against his judgment
still leaning against the door
resist
     1. v. To attempt to counter the actions or effects of.
     2. v. To withstand the actions of.
     3. v. (intransitive) To oppose.
     4. v. (transitive, obsolete) To be distasteful to.
     5. n. A protective coating or covering.
oppose
     1. v. To attempt to stop the progression of; to resist or antagonize by physical means, or by arguments, etc.; to contend against; to confront; to resist; to withstand.
           to oppose the king in battle; to oppose a bill in Congress
           There is still time to oppose this plan.
     2. v. To object to.
           Many religious leaders oppose cloning humans.
     3. v. To present or set up in opposition; to pose.
           They are opposed to any form of hierarchy.
     4. v. To place in front of, or over against; to set opposite; to exhibit.
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