go for

go for  {v. phr.},  {informal}
1. To try to get; aim for; try for.
Our team is going for the championship in the game tonight.
The dog went for Bob's leg.
2. To favor; support; like.
Little Susie really goes for ice cream.
Bob goes for Jane in a big way.
3. To attack; begin to fight or argue with.
The Indian jumped out of the *hush and went for Daniel.
Molly went for James about being late as soon as he got home.
Categories: informal verb

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