Gone
Gone \Gone\, p. p. of {Go}. [1913 Webster]

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  • gone — gone …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • Gone — may refer to:* Go (verb), the past participle of the English verb * Gone (film) , a 2007 thriller film set in Australia starring Amelia Warner * Gone (novel) a young adult series written by Michael Grant * Gone (Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode) …   Wikipedia

  • gone — [ gɔn ] n. m. • 1868; franco provenç., de goner « vêtir mal » ♦ Région. (Lyon) Jeune enfant. ⇒ gamin, gosse. ● gone nom masculin (mot lyonnais, de goner, vêtir sans goût) À Lyon, enfant des rues, gamin. ⇒GONE, subst. masc. Région. (Lyon), pop.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • gone — past participle of GO(Cf. ↑go). ► ADJECTIVE 1) no longer present or in existence. 2) informal in a trance or stupor, especially through alcohol or drugs. 3) informal having reached a specified time in a pregnancy: four months gone. ► PREPOSITION… …   English terms dictionary

  • gone — [gôn, gän] vi., vt. pp. of GO1 adj. [ME gon < OE gan] 1. moved away; departed 2. ruined 3. lost 4. dead 5. faint; weak …   English World dictionary

  • gone — I (dead) adjective bygone, deceased, defunct, demised, exanimate, expired, extinct, lifeless, passed, passed on II (finished) adjective accomplished, achieved, at an end, brought to a conclusion, completed, concluded, consumed, consummated,… …   Law dictionary

  • gone — gȯnalso gän adj PREGNANT <she s six months gone> …   Medical dictionary

  • gone — pp. of GO (Cf. go) …   Etymology dictionary

  • gone — [adj] not present, no longer in existence absent, astray, away, AWOL*, burned up*, consumed, dead, decamped, deceased, defunct, departed, disappeared, disintegrated, displaced, dissipated, dissolved, done, down the drain*, dried up, elapsed,… …   New thesaurus

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