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slang An abbreviation of the phrase "let's go." Used especially when speaking quickly. Whatever it was, it crashed over by the old quarry. Come on, 'sgo and check it out!
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1. and sgo (ˈsko and ˈsgo) in. Let’s go. (Now considered current slang even though it has been informal colloquial for decades.) It’s time to hit the road. Sgo.
2. n. a skanky hoe. What a sko, fo sho!


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