go-to [goh-too] EXAMPLES| adjective Informal. being a person who can be turned to for expert knowledge, advice, or reliable performance, especially in a crucial situation: He’s our go-to guy in a budget crisis. noting something that can always be relied on to bring satisfaction, success, or good results: my go-to recipe for cheesecake. (in team sports) being a player who can be relied on to score, especially at a crucial time in the game.

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  • Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019 Examples from the Web for goto Contemporary Examples of goto

  • Goto settled out of court for a reported $1.4 million and apologized to the family.

    The Case of the Yakking Yakuza

    Jake Adelstein

    September 16, 2014

  • The weekly magazine Shukan Shincho wrote it up and named some of the celebrities in attendance but did not name Goto himself.

    Yakuza Goes Hollywood

    Jake Adelstein

    September 23, 2011

  • Historical Examples of goto

  • Yes; he had before then refused the situation of shepherd to the Prince of Goto.

    The Sicilian Bandit

    Alexandre Dumas, pere

  • Mr. Goto, who just a short while ago was Goto San, wants a wife.

    The Pacific Triangle

    Sydney Greenbie

  • Id like to goto learn to fence, smiled the boy, and the colonel smiled too.

    Erskine Dale–Pioneer

    John Fox

  • Id have to goto look after the others, said Dunston Porter, with a smile.

    Dave Porter on Cave Island

    Edward Stratemeyer

  • And I wrot a letter and sent a present to the bongew of Goto for puting pilot abord and sending me word therof.

    Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I

    Richard Cocks

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