go large (third-person singular simple present goes large, present participle going large, simple past went large, past participle gone large)
- (nautical) To have the wind at such an angle to the sail that the vessel gains its highest speed.
- (slang) To enjoy oneself to the maximum.
- To supersize a portion of food or drink.
- That's one Big Mac and a milkshake: would you like to go large for just 40 cents?