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from the word go

From the start. This project has been met with opposition from the word go, unfortunately.See also: go, word

from the word go

Cliché from the very beginning. I knew about the problem from the word go. She was failing the class from the word go.See also: go, word

from the word go

From the start, as in I've had trouble with this computer from the word go. This expression probably alludes to the start of a race, signaled by the word go. [Early 1800s] For a synonym, see from scratch. See also: go, word

from the word go

COMMON From the word go means from the very beginning of something. Right from the word go, half of the team looked out of breath and slow. The whole show was a disaster from the word go.See also: go, word

from the word go

from the very beginning. informal . 1997 Bridget O'Connor Tell Her You Love Her Mr Parker was in love with me almost from the word go. See also: go, word

(right) from the word ˈgo

(informal) from the very beginning: I knew from the word go that it would be difficult.See also: go, word

from the word go

From the very beginning. Go here is the indication that it is time to begin a race. This seemingly modern colloquialism originated in nineteenth-century America. Davy Crockett used it in Narrative of the Life of Davy Crockett (1834): I was plaguy well pleased with her from the word go. A newer equivalent is from the get-go, which originated in black English in the 1960s and is on its way to clichédom.See also: go, word
See also:
  • in a word
  • leave word
  • word by word
  • keep (one's) word
  • keep one's word
  • keep word
  • have word (from someone or something)
  • get word (from someone or something)
  • receive word
  • receive word (from someone or something)

from the word go

from the beginning, from the start You knew I worked for the KGB. You knew it from the word go.