Lee Jeong Hoon
what does it mean 'a go' While I was reading Economists, I found an expression 'a go'. The setence was "with the Inkling app installed on an iPad, chapters can be downloaded from iTunes for $1.99 a go". Anyone can explain me what does it mean?
Feb 8, 2012 4:32 PM
Answers · 9
A go - is.............. let me think of how to say this. Ok, you're at a bowling alley, you are with 5 friends, they all throw the ball but they do it one person at a time, they all have "a go" their go. "Let me try, it's my go". To charge for something $1.99 a go, means $1.99 for every time you buy it. I'm stunned at some of the poor answers in here sometimes.
February 8, 2012
Here it means $1.99 for 'each' song download. It is a British term but Canadians and Americans do use it as well but not as much in this context, usually they say it to mean each 'turn'. For example: 'The rides at Disneyland were at least $15 a go'. The primary meaning in the US and Canada is that it is ok to proceed with something or that something is going to proceed/happen.
February 8, 2012
That it is going to happen
February 8, 2012
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