on the go

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on the go

  1. (idiomatic) Actively traveling; busy; moving often.
    A good suitcase is essential for someone who is on the go as much as he is.
    • 2023 May 10, Korin Miller, “Camila Cabello Rocked An Itty-Bitty String Bikini At Coachella, And Her 🔥 Abs Are Toned AF”, in Women's Health[1]:
      Camila is “extremely dedicated” and “pushes hard” Willis said, noting that they’ve tailored their workouts to her on-the-go lifestyle. “A lot of our workouts include minimal equipment that focus on strength, HIIT, and balance, including complex movements that target the whole body,” Willis said.
  2. In progress; having started.
    The new initiative is now on the go.

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