Idioms Beginning with G

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go downhill
To worsen or deteriorate.

The company was having a few minor problems, and then all of a sudden everything went downhill fast.

go for it
To put maximum effort toward achieving a goal.

There is a job opening at ABC Company. Max is going for it.

go out on a limb
To take a risk; to put oneself in a vulnerable position.

Mary went out on a limb lending Max all of her money. I hope he repays her.

go places
To achieve progress or succeed.

With all of your talent, you are certain to go places.

gut feeling
An instinct or intuition.

I have a gut feeling that John and Jane are going to get married



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