get-go get-go

Definition(s):

  • (n) the time at which something is supposed to begin

Usage(s):

  1. Which is why David After Dentist was destined for greatness from the get-go.
  2. Simon Cowell sips from a Coca-Cola cup, Jimmy Kimmel pitches Jack in the Box on-air, and from the get-go, NBC has promised that The Jay Leno Show will be open to placements.
  3. She's telegenic and has a star quality that Gibson never really did without the I-dare-you-to-take-me-seriously challenge that Couric had from the get-go.

News

  1. Nyko turns NVIDIA SHIELD into mini console with simple dock setup

    The folks at Nyko have decided E3 to be the perfect place to let it be known that they’re on-board with NVIDIA and their soon-to-be-released SHIELD gaming device for accessories from the get-go. With a SHIELD Dock aside a Travel and Shell Case as well as a Power Kit, Nyko will be ready for the Read The Full Story
    on June 11, 2013     Source: SlashGear

  2. The Coming Solar Electricity Transformation

    Solar cells are unusual in that they were cost-competitive from the get-go. From the Apollo space program to highway signs to lighting for buoys, solar could replace highly expensive power from batteries or other sources and eliminate the need for the construction of electric distribution lines. When the Institute for Local Self-Reliance was found
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Renewable Energy World

Quotes

  1. "Obviously, I didn't want to say too much [Tuesday] night, but I knew something was wrong with me," Peavy said. "When I walked off the field, I told you guys from the get-go, if you see me not take the post or walk off the field as I did...
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: Jake Peavy Source: Joliet Herald News

  2. "I don't think he had it from the get-go," Schlossnagle said. "He hit the leadoff hitter, didn't throw a strike, and had the chopper go through on the right side and then tried to find his breaking ball since he didn't have any command of his...
    on Jun 26, 2010 By: Jim Schlossnagle Source: Charlotte Observer

  3. Heath Slocum, who was Kim's playing partner in the last round, said: "It was very impressive. From the get-go, he put his foot on the gas and he never let off."
    on May 10, 2008 By: Heath Slocum Source: Malaysia Star

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