1. To go from bad to worse
Things are really going from bad to worse.
2. To go off on someone
I don’t know what’s with her today. She just went off on me for no reason.
3. To go up against someone
맞서다 / 거역하다
He had the courage to go up against some of the biggest corporations in Korea.
4. To go to someone’s head
To get a fat head
I think all of that YouTube fame is starting to go to his head.
5. To go through the roof
I told my dad the news and he went through the roof!
6. To go to bat for someone
Thanks for going to bat for me.
7. To go to pieces
(정신적으로) 무너지다, 멘붕
He completely went to pieces after losing his job.
8. To go over something
Let’s go over the terms of this contract together.
9. To go out on a limb for someone
자신의 이름을 걸고 남을 좋게 말하다 (그 사람이 열심히 일할 거라고 보장하는 등등)
I really went out on a limb for you.
10. To go to the trouble to do something / to take the trouble
~까지 하다/ 수고하다
I would’ve been happy with just a simple dinner. You didn’t have to go to all this trouble.
If anyone had gone to the trouble to research this before we acted, things could’ve turned out a lot differently.
I didn’t go to the trouble to write a business plan.
I can’t believe you went to all this trouble just for me.