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Daemon
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go at (something)

To engage in or undertake something with great energy, enthusiasm, or vigor. More...

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go at (something) — To engage in or undertake something with great energy, enthusiasm, or vigor.
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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English: go at something/somebody phrasal verb informal1 to attack someone or argue with someone in a noisy way The two dogs went at each other. 2 START DOING something to do something, or start to do something, with a lot of energy Mary went at the task with great enthusiasm.
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go at (something) — To engage in or undertake something with great energy, enthusiasm, or vigor.


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