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Go on line

see: go on , def. 9.


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  • Go on track

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  • Goony

    [goo-nee] /ˈgu ni/ adjective, goonier, gooniest. 1. Slang. stupid, foolish, or awkward: a goony smile on his face. 2. Informal. of or like a ; thuggish; brutal. noun, plural goonies. 3. Slang. (def 2a). 4. .

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