Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

good to go

good to go
1) ready to do something, fit for purpose
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    • everything is set up/ready so we're good to go
  • Analysis

    The idiom ‘good to go’ means to be ready to begin or start. 

  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. Do you mind if I tag along with you? I just need to grab a jacket and then I'll be good to go.
    2. Are you good to go? If we don’t leave now we might miss the train.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. On my first day at work, no one showed me the ropes. I was just given a desk with a computer and then told I was good to go.
    2. That machinery needs to be good to go by tomorrow or else we have no chance of completing this order before the deadline. Get it fixed!
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