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gone
gɔːn
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Dead.
  2. Destroyed or killed.
  3. No longer retained.
  4. Well in the past; former.
Hyphenationgone
Part of Speech(动) verb, (形) adjective
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离去líqùto leave; to exit
死去sǐqùto die
用完yòngwánused up; finished
外卖wàimàito go; take out (food)
to go; to reach
to go (to visit a superior); one's current attainment in learning or art
开走kāizǒuto go (of car, train etc); to drive off
to go; to walk
chìto go, to walk in one leg; leap; crippled, (ancient form of ) to pass; to be gone; to depart, (interchangeable ) in a standstill; stagnant; impeded; blocked
yǐngo; KangXi radical 54
to go; to visit (e.g. another country); to attend (a banquet etc)
to go; to take; sentence-final interrogative particle; variant of ; (Chinese surname)
to go; to go to (a place); (of a time etc) last; just passed; to send; to remove; to get rid of; to reduce; to be apart from in space or time; to die (euphemism); to play (a part); (when used either before or after a verb) to go in order to do something; (after a verb of motion indicates movement away from the speaker); (used after certain verbs to indicate detachment or separation)
wǎngto go (in a direction); to; towards; (of a train) bound for; past; previous
xíngto walk; to go
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