The beating came and went in waves.
The necklace won't go in the box.
The shirts go in the top drawer.
Will my sweater go in your knapsack?
They went in consort two or three together.
Go in there and sock it to ’em!
They kept going in spite of their fears.
He would go in spite of our warnings.
These old shoes can go in the dustbin now.
He was gone in the blink of an eye.
They went in fear of attack by marauding bands.
Canberra's cabbies go in boots and all for a fair deal.
You go in Mike’s car at your peril. He’s a terrible driver.
The goalkeeper was injured so a defender had to go in goal.
An overwhelming majority of the committee members went in for the currency reform.
He should go in for accounting because he has a good head for figures.
A sailor uses the rudder to make the ship go in the correct direction.
They persisted in going there in spite of the bad weather.
After she got involved with the drug dealers, she went in fear of her life.
I could go anywhere in the world.
But I would go in on occasion.
We go in for these fossil specimens.
And you just can't go in there, unless they don't know you go in there.
And then the tanks went rolling in. Special forces went in.
How's it going in here? - Great.
I opened the door and went in.
Where exactly did we go in Canada?
So, what's going in your sandwiches today?
And how slowly they go in the opposite direction.
If you go out in the woods today, you better go in disguise.
He went in there to save you!
No. It didn't go in the street.
Am I going in the right way?
" I'd much rather go in the coach. "
I'll go in and get the paints.
Okay, ass-face. I'll go in the kitchen.
好吧 混蛋 我去厨房了。
OK, here I go. I'm going in.
Definitely not going in the right direction.
Did you go in the living room?
I don't want to go in there.