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departure, outing, permission, go, go out, permit, allow, go ahead

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2467 go1a
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As a Noun: 1. The act of moving away or travelling away from the place where you are now. English = going, leaving, going away, departure. 2. A social event in which you go away from your own house to be with other people or, particularly, to visit outdoor sites. English = outing. 3. The approval of someone else to do something. English = permission, go ahead. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To move or travel away from the place where you are now. English = go. 2. To do something socially (eat, watch entertainment, dance, drink, and so on) away from your own house. English = go out. 3. To tell someone that they can go and do something. English = say go ahead, permit, allow. 4. To move forward or begin to do something without hesitation. English = go ahead. Interactive: 1. Used alone to tell someone to leave you alone and/or to move away from you. English = "Go away!" 2. Used alone to give someone permission to go and do something. English = "Go ahead!" 3. Used alone to dismiss or reject an idea or topic that you or the person you are talking to has just mentioned. English = "Forget it!", "Forget about that!", "So much for that!" and so on.