Idiom: go for something
— There's a new position in our department and I'm definitely going for it.
— told my parents that I wanted to pursue a modeling career and I was really surprised when they both told me to go for it.
— If you're going to get a new car you may as well go for a BMW or Lexus.
— Last night we went for it and purchased 25 raffle tickets so I really hope we win the car. If not, at least we're supporting a great charity.
— I really shouldn't do this but I'll go for the hot fudge sundae for dessert.
— My boyfriend is 6 ft 3 so we went for the center orchestra seats at the theater. Although they were more expensive, they weren't as cramped as the mezzanine seats.
— What are you having? I think I'll go for one of these salads—they look delicious.
— If I were you I would go for the black dress because it's more slimming.
— I'll go for the economy seats since it's such a short flight.
— A: If no one's going to have the last piece of pie I'll have it. B: Yes, please go for it.
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