go toward (someone or something)

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go toward (someone or something)

1. To move forward or maneuver toward a location or goal The army went toward the enemy capital. Last time I saw them, they were going toward the library.
2. To be designated or used for a particular purpose. Typically said of money. My graduation money will go toward those car repairs I desperately need.
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go toward someone or something

to move toward someone or something. The child went toward the open door. The dog went toward the cat and the cat ran away.
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But eventually "everything that's on a Penske solution will be going toward one platform," Hepburn adds.
"It's easier for people to understand that their money is going toward one goal.
"It's a concern that so much money is going toward one of those choices - driving to a suburban hospital - without seeing other significant investment taking place in concert with that," he said.