go-to

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See also: goto, GOTO, göto, and go to

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

go +‎ to

Adjective[edit]

go-to (not comparable)

  1. Desired; desirable; of choice.
    Synonyms: must-see, (attributively) destination
    Cheesecake is my go-to food whenever I feel down.
    • 2003, New Yorker, July 7, page 78
      The USA Network, let's face it, isn't anyone's go-to channel.
  2. Reliable; likely to perform in difficult circumstances.
    Synonym: clutch
    Smith is your go-to person if you want lasting results.

Noun[edit]

go-to (plural go-tos)

  1. A person or thing that is one's usual choice.
    Going for a drink after work is usually my go-to.

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