Definition of go-get in English:

go-get

verb

US
informal
  • no object To behave in the manner of a go-getter; to work hard or ambitiously; to show enterprise or initiative. Also with object: to acquire by such methods.

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in Jewelers' Circular. From go + get, after go-getter, go-getting, go-getting.

Pronunciation

go-get

/ˌɡəʊˈɡɛt//ˈɡəʊˌɡɛt/