"call-a-go" Definition

  1. in street “patter,” is to leave off trying to sell anything and to remove to another spot, to desist. Also to give in, yield, at any game or business. Probably from the “GO” call in cribbage.

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Position in the dictionary: 487 of 4022 slang words.
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