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go down (2)

Meaning: to be received in a certain way, or to create a certain reaction

For example:

  • go down I think your speech went down really well. People looked really interested.

  • go down The manager's request that workers help the company by doing overtime for no pay didn't go down very well.

Quick Quiz:

The court's ruling didn't go down too well. Most people
  1. didn't like it
  2. didn't mind it
  3. didn't object to it

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