Go on

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Definition

to go on: to proceed, to continue, to advance; to happen, to occur, to take place
verb
Let's go on to the next subject, I think we have done all that is possible on this topic.
to go on stage to get on, to appear on a stage

Go on! (Get out of here!): Hurry up! Do it! (Get out of here!)
idiom

Go on, (I'm listening): Continue, carry on, keep talking (I'm listening)
idiom
Please, go on. We're listening.

Examples

  • "Hannah : Go on then, make it do something, show me its 'apps'."
  • "There's a mystery going on and I'm going to solve it!"
  • "Tomorrow I am going on a train to kiss a monkey woman in"
  • "Brent : Go on."
  • "As you know, these meetings are an opportunity for us to discuss what is going on in this crazy world, because often we're so busy with our daily responsibilities that we don't take the time to see what's really going on around us!"
  • "Today I bring you two new initiates. Go on! Go on!"
  • "Go on! Go on!"
  • "Not literally, of course. Go on."
  • "Philip : Huh, unexpected. Go on."

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