go against +
If the decision goes against me, I’ll go bankrupt.
The construction of the bypass went ahead despite the protests from environmentalists.
go ahead with +
We now intend to go ahead with the final stage of the project.
Everything was going along just fine until she turned up!
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I didn’t really agree, but I went along with the decision because I was in the minority.
I went around for dinner at their house.
I went round last night to see them.
A rumor is going around about the Attorney General.
There aren’t enough jobs to go around for the numbers of people graduating nowadays.
go at +
She went at her dinner like she hadn’t eaten for days.
go at +
The students are really going at their studies now that the exams are near.
This drug should make the pain go away.
When are you going back to your house?
We went back to work after the break.
My interest in the subject goes back many years.
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Don’t trust him. He always goes back on his promises.
He went back on his word and refused to lend us the money.