[goh-get-er, -get-] /ˈgoʊˈgɛt ər, -ˌgɛt-/
an enterprising, aggressive person.
(informal) an ambitious enterprising person
1910, American English, from go + agent noun from get (v.). Goer, with essentially the same meaning, is attested from late 14c.
A vigorous and effective person; winner:sometimes enviously referred to as a go-getter, a hot shot, a ball of fire (1921+)
/ˈxɒxə/ noun 1. (South African, informal) any small animal that crawls or flies, esp an insect
[gog-uh l] /ˈgɒg əl/ noun 1. goggles. 2. a bulging or wide-open look of the eyes; stare. verb (used without object), goggled, goggling. 3. to stare with bulging or wide-open eyes. Synonyms: gape, ogle, gawk, gawp, glare. 4. (of the eyes) to bulge and be wide open in a stare. 5. to roll the eyes. […]
[gog-uh l-boks] /ˈgɒg əlˌbɒks/ noun, British Slang. 1. a television set. /ˈɡɒɡəlˌbɒks/ noun 1. (Brit, slang) a television set noun An eager, rather idealistic, person; goo-goo: Those do-goody goggleboxes in student government didn’t help me at all [1980s+ Students; probably fr the notion that such people wear goggles, ”glasses”; used in the 1984 movie Repo […]
[gog-uh l-boks] /ˈgɒg əlˌbɒks/ noun, British Slang. 1. a television set.