second go

second go

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

first, second, etc. ˈgo

(British English) at the first, second, etc. attempt: I passed my driving test first 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.
Raine Rassaby, a verbose, political, and unrealistic eccentric, is having a second go at her senior year of high school.
McFaddin also noted that, "one of the most noteworthy occurrences in the last year has been the re-entry of former IT services entrepreneurs whose no-competes have lapsed and who view the current market conditions as superb for a second go round.
His best mark last year, 71-4-1/2, was bettered by one inch on his second go.
But Accardi and her attorney, William Rehwald, persisted, and their second go at a trial opened Tuesday with the plaintiff explaining the alleged pattern of harassment.
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