One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Be ready or prepared for something.‘slip on a bright pair of pumps and you're good to go’
- ‘It greeted me with the usual initialization screen that calibrates the touch-screen, and it was good to go.’
- ‘Just turn on your radio, tune it to 87 .9 and you are good to go.’
- ‘Just give me a couple of more minutes and I'll be good to go.’
- ‘If you do opt for multichannel sound, you need to add a 5.1 speaker set and you're good to go.’
- ‘At last, we were good to go - our market research review was completed and our interviews were lined up and scheduled.’
- ‘Add adjustable lighting and beautiful windows looking out over a forest of peaceful trees, and I am good to go.’
- ‘Console games can't get patches, they need to be good to go right out of the box.’
- ‘It is not the easiest install around, as your initial contact will require loading an index; but once that's done, you're good to go.’
- ‘When everything is resolved there, we'll be good to go, and then customers will know exactly where everything is.’
- ‘Rub a little dab on your hands and lightly work it into your hair and you're good to go.’
- ‘The songs were good to go.’
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