go near (someone or something)

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go near (someone or something)

To approach someone or something. Often used in the negative as a warning for one to avoid someone or something. You kids better not go near those cookies I made for the bake sale! Please don't go near the baby if you're sick.
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go near (to) someone or something

to approach someone or something. Don't go near Sue. She's got chicken pox. Now, don't go near the water!
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"I was never afraid of dogs, but after this I won't be able to go near one."
There are small breweries everywhere, and whenever I go near one, I drop off a sample of our hops along with the laboratory analysis results.
Never touch a downed power line or go near one: Always assume the power line is live.
Hadley is aggressive--you can't go near one corner of the guestroom's bed because apparently she believes it's her corner.
The suspension is harsh, so don't go near one if you've got an iffy back - but you get a lot of style and fun for PS19,890.
Hadley is aggressive --you can't go near one corner of the guest room's bed because apparently she believes it is her corner.
"So long as you don't go near one of their hot button issues [anything you've seen on one of their signs], they're happy to engage in polite, engaging conversation," Love says.
"I hate them now and can't even go near one. I have been advised by my doctor to seek counselling, but it is so severe I'm not sure it would help me."
"All I knew about football was that clubshadmassive debts, playerswere on ridiculouswages and I didn'twant to go near one. But after three sessions, he convinced me.
A NAKED man scaled the perimeter wall of the city airport and managed to go near one of its runways on Friday evening, forcing an approaching aircraft to abort landing.
I wouldn't be able to go near one of her outfits though.
Just don't go near one if you aren't spending most of your day ankle deep in mud.
They could be lurking right now on this computer keyboard, except that my spouse hates PCs and won't go near one unless she's checking to make sure I'm really working.
"We've had Cinderella here a few times and the ponies wouldn't go near one particular spot - the handlers were convinced there was a spirit there."