go on

phr verb
Go on is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑affair, ↑fight, ↑fighting, ↑letter, ↑light, ↑list, ↑money, ↑negotiation, ↑party, ↑passenger, ↑report, ↑revolution, ↑row, ↑skirmish, ↑struggle, ↑talk, ↑thing, ↑trial, ↑war, ↑work
Go on is used with these nouns as the object: ↑binge, ↑bus, ↑cruise, ↑demonstration, ↑diet, ↑dig, ↑display, ↑dole, ↑duty, ↑errand, ↑exchange, ↑excursion, ↑exhibition, ↑expedition, ↑fast, ↑hike, ↑holiday, ↑honeymoon, ↑hunt, ↑information, ↑instinct, ↑Internet, ↑journey, ↑leave, ↑mailing list, ↑march, ↑mission, ↑offensive, ↑parade, ↑patrol, ↑picnic, ↑pilgrimage, ↑pill, ↑quest, ↑ramble, ↑record, ↑retreat, ↑ride, ↑run, ↑shelf, ↑shift, ↑spree, ↑stage, ↑streak, ↑strike, ↑swing, ↑tour, ↑trek, ↑trial, ↑trip, ↑tube, ↑underground, ↑vacation, ↑visit, ↑voyage, ↑walk

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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