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Has come and has not come - what is it such? The meaning of a word, definition, origin, translation

Has gone and has not come

This fashionable youth speech turnover has gone / gone , which can be considered synonymous with the phrase "I liked / did not like". For example, if a joke to someone "did not go," it means that she seemed to this person not funny, but if the wine "did not go," then it turned out to be from the Crimea. Well, too, so a joke, but about war. And in general, "go in", that is, cause positive emotions, can be quite a wide range of things and phenomena: from a new track Husky to a fashionable baby carriage. From a Greek salad to a gown donated by a lover. From the rap battle to the launch of the space shuttle.




Came and not listed is in the list: Slang


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