A data link layer protocol.
- Go back to square one
verb phrase To be forced to return to one’s starting point, usually after a waste of effort; make a new beginning Related Terms back to square one, square one [1960+; probably fr the first or starting square of a board game; an elaborate suggestion that it refers to a British grid system for locating places […]
- Go back to the well
verb phrase To return to a reliable source: We just kept going back to the well and he just kept making it (1980s+)
- Go balls out
verb phrase To make a supreme effort; go for broke: I went balls out on my term paper [1980s+ Students; see balls-out and balls to the wall]
[goh-bahng] /goʊˈbɑŋ/ noun 1. a Japanese game played on a go board with players alternating and attempting to be first to place five counters in a row.