go home

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go home (third-person singular simple present goes home, present participle going home, simple past and past participle went home)

  1. To return to one's house.
    Your mother called. She wants you to go home at 10:00.
  2. (euphemistic) To die.
    Louis went home at around 2:30 yesterday.
  3. (euphemistic) To be eliminated in a competition.
    • 2009, Sharon Marie Ross, Beyond the Box: Television and the Internet, page 82:
      Hellriegel's program tells him who is receiving a lot of votes (long periods of busy signals) and who is not (easy to ring through), and the website tells viewers who is most likely to go home – rather than who is most likely to stay.

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