from the get-go

from the get-go

Immediately; from the beginning; from the very start. Martha and I tried dating again, but right from the get-go, we knew it wasn't going to work. Their team has been dominating the match from the get-go.

from the get-go

since the beginning from the word go It was a popular movie from the get-go.
Usage notes: sometimes written as from the git-go
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Mitchell says, "I told Walter Terry that story and he said, 'That girl knew where she was going from the get-go.
My attitude was, Sharon is a great person, she accepted me into this family from the get-go and she deserves a second chance,'' Karzin said.
Business Roundtable, which advocates public policies that promote economic growth, got behind NCLB from the get-go, forming a similar coalition to push passage in 2001.
From the get-go, Eimbcke suggests that Moko is gay and has a crush on Flama: In their first scene together, Flama changes his clothes while Moko quietly yet quite curiously watches, Later, Rita asks the reluctant Moko to make out with her in the kitchen.
The works make evident that Raphael was prodigiously skillful from the get-go and undeniably belonged to the High Renaissance troika with Leonardo and Michelangelo--but also that he was an accomplished emulator, adapting cues from his contemporaries.
Describing the case as "troubling to me from the get-go," the judge wondered how it "got by the grand jury" in the first place.
The trip has problems from the get-go and when their guide is seriously injured and needs medical help immediately and another guide is missing, the leader decides to send Peter and Jake out in the kayaks to get over the large falls and get help.
As a start-up, Gol was able to base its operations on the model from the get-go.
From the get-go, the industry has been dominated by politicians, wealthy lawyers, accountants and cultural bureaucrats, a particularly hideous term that has special meaning in the minefield of arts funding in Canada; and Spencer is an accomplished cultural bureaucrat.
It is clear from the get-go that there will be many layers to the onion that Hammer is about to peel.
Be yourself from the get-go so popular by association doesn't turn into guilt by association.
And since punk is a relatively new phenomenon when one considers the big picture, there have been creators and collectors of punk-flier art from the get-go.
However, according to a new investigation, at least one of these higher areas shapes what we see from the get-go, and it does it by actually suppressing activity in the primary visual cortex.
Yes, the Puritans screwed American traditions and values from the get-go ("Christian Wahhabists," Barbara Ehrenreich, January issue).