Go a long way

see: go far


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    verb phrase To do something or join in something in a passive way: I don’t expect much, but I’ll go along for the ride (1940s+)

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  • Go a long way toward

    Have considerable effect or influence on. For example, This argument goes a long way toward proving the scientists are wrong, or, as Eudora Welty put it in The Ponder Heart (1954): “It went a long way toward making him touchy about what Uncle Daniel had gone and done.” This idiom, then put as go a […]

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