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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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ISLAMABAD -- Eighty-nine per cent of Pakistanis think education can stop a person from going towards religious extremism.
Money raised will go towards Help for Heroes and Zoe's Place, with extra funds going towards the Eathorpe village hall.
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Long queues of vehicles are seen every morning snaking up to Sharjah on Al Ittihad Road starting from Dnata intersection and from the unfinished interchange linking Shaikh Rashid Road and Airport Road while going towards Al Garhoud Bridge.
There will also be a raffle with the money also going towards the charity.
I immediately had to take evasive action as not one but two cars coming from my left decided they too were going towards the roundabout.
Holland estimates that the majority of his current work has fallen into a specific aerospace niche, with 60 per cent of his time going towards clients in that sector.
"The benefit is basically knowing what the fees are going towards," a Transport Canada spokeswoman said.