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be good to go

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe good to gobe good to goAmerican English informal to be ready to do something I’ve got my shoes and I’m good to go. good
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be good to go"Do you have all the hiking gear?" "Yeah, I'm good to go."I've got my shoes on and I'm good to go.We just need to get you a pair of skis and you're good to go.But if you're receiving money it would be better to go for the lump sum.He wandered a bit, and when it grew dark, he decided that it would be best to go home.If parking is difficult in a built-up area it may be better to go by public transport.If we would not be better off, it might be better to go it alone.It is best to go for fabrics which are stretch- and fade-resistant as well as stain- and mildew-resistant.We decided it would be best to go straight away and travel overnight, with me and Richie sharing the driving.
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