Definition of gonna
1. going [ a ] in full operation
Examples: "a going concern"
(Allan J. Braff and Roger F. Miller, "Wage-Price...)
The single union which faces the industry does not restrict its membership , and there is an adequate supply of labor available to the firms of the industry at the going wage rate .Synonyms going Related Terms active
2. going [ n ] act of departingUsed in print:
(Hampton Stone, The Man Who Looked Death...)
The meat wagon , therefore , was not out in_front of the house any_more , but the cluster of squad_cars was still there and there was a cop on the door downstairs to screen any comings and goings .Synonyms departure leaving going_away going Related Terms deed disappearance dispatch boarding farewell withdrawal takeoff sailing french_leave exit breaking_away go depart
3. Going [ n ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 20231Synonyms Going
4. going [ n ] euphemistic expressions for death
Examples: "thousands mourned his passing"
5. going [ n ] advancing toward a goal
Examples: "persuading him was easy going" or "the proposal faces tough sledding"
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