In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(be compatible with)this sauce goes well with hamburgers — esta salsa queda muy bien con hamburguesas
- choose a tie to go with your shirt — elija una corbata que quede bien / que combine con su camisa
1.2(accompany, be associated with)the house goes with the job — la casa va con el puesto
- this book should go with the novels over there — este libro debería ir ahí con las novelas
- the problems that go with owning a car — los problemas que trae tener coche
- Christmas and all that goes with it — la Navidad y todo lo que conlleva
2coloquial(have attachment)salir conhe's been going with her for quite a while now — hace tiempo que sale con ella
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