second go

second go

On the second try. Don't worry, honey—I'm sure you'll pass the test second go.
See also: go, second

first, second, etc. ˈgo

(British English) at the first, second, etc. attempt: I passed my driving test first go.
See also: go
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'I wasn't even supposed to be playing basketball so it's a second go around for me,' said Austin Thursday at Meralco gym.
We have people who have come back for a second go after they didn't quite get through the last time and people who were scouted by the X Factor producers and encouraged to audition.
First and second go into the group stages in France, with leaders Lille a point ahead of Marseille.
Of course, the Cestrians may well have an eye on tomorrow's big game when they welcome the Durham Academy to Ropery Lane for a second go at the Salver.
Raine Rassaby, a verbose, political, and unrealistic eccentric, is having a second go at her senior year of high school.
In North Carolina, Erskine Bowles, former chief of staff to President Clinton, is making a second go at a Senate seat after losing in 2002 to Elizabeth Dole.
Everyman, the Institute of Cancer Research's campaign to raise funds and awareness for male cancers, has organised its second Go Sports Mad Day for Friday, June 15.
DETECTIVES believe a bungling hitman shot at the wrong house - then came back for a second go.
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