辞書

類語

英和・和英

goer

参照:研究社

【可算名詞】
1 行く人[もの].
2 [複合語をなして] よく[いつも]出席する人.
3 《口語》
 a 活動的な人.
 b 性的にみだらな人.
[GO+‐ER

音節go・er発音記号・読み方góʊər
名詞1行く人[もの](しばしば複合語として用いる)

 a concertgoer
コンサートによく行く人
 My new van is a real goer.
私の新しいバンは実によく走る
 It looks like the project is a goer.
そのプロジェクトは許可されそうだ(ゴーサインが出そうだ)

2((英口))いつも新しいことを取り入れる人,進取的な人;奔放な人

goer

参照:情報通信研究機構

【名詞】
1
いなくなるだれか
(someone who leaves)
「goer」に関する類語一覧

goer

参照:Wiktionary

語源

From Middle English goere, equivalent to go +‎ -er. Compare German Geher (“goer, walker”).

発音

 韻: -əʊə(r)

名詞

goer (複数形 goers)
 One who, or that which, goes.
 Macaulay

This antechamber has been filled with comers and goers.



She is an avid movie-goer.

 Anything, especially a machine such as a motor car, that performs well, or operates successfully.

I bought her secondhand, but she's a good little goer.

 (Britain, slang) A person, often a woman, who enjoys sexual activity.
 1990, Hampton Charles, Advantage Miss Seeton,[1] page 45,

He winked at Parsons. "If I'm any judge, she must've bin a right little goer in 'er day."

 2001, Peter Buse, Drama + Theory: Critical Approaches to Modern British Drama,[2] page 102,

' […] (Intimate, man to man) Eh, I bet she's a goer, int she sunshine? She's got a fair pair of knockers on her too.'

 2001, Edna Walsh, Bedbound and Misterman,[3] →ISBN, page 22,

'I can tell that yer a right little goer, hey Larsie?!' I call over two slappers and slip them a few hundred! Before I know it me and Lars and the two slappers are rolling around a giant bed with the hungriest genitals in Gay Paree!

 (obsolete) A foot.

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 (dated) A horse, considered in reference to its gait.

a safe goer

 James Joyce

I'd like nothing better this minute, said Mr Browne stoutly, than a rattling fine walk in the country or a fast drive with a good spanking goer between the shafts.

派生語

Terms derived from "goer" ("-goer")
 away-goer UK
 auction-goer / auctiongoer
 ball-goer / ballgoer
 bar-goer / bargoer
 beach-goer / beachgoer
 cafe-goer / café-goer / cafegoer
 caucus-goer / caucusgoer
 chapel-goer / chapelgoer
 church-goer / churchgoer
 circus-goer / circusgoer
 cinema-goer / cinemagoer
 club-goer / clubgoer
 college-goer / collegegoer
 concert-goer / concertgoer
 conference-goer / conferencegoer
 convention-goer / conventiongoer
 dance-goer / dancegoer
 Davos-goer
 dinner-goer
 event-goer / eventgoer
 exhibit-goer / exhibitgoer
 exhibition-goer / exhibitiongoer
 fair-goer / fairgoer
 fest-goer / festgoer
 festival-goer / festivalgoer
 film-goer / filmgoer
 funeral-goer / funeralgoer
 gallery-goer / gallerygoer
 game-goer / gamegoer
 gig-goer
 gurdwara-goer
 gym-goer / gymgoer
 lounge-goer
 mall-goer / mallgoer
 market-goer / marketgoer
 mosque-goer / mosquegoer
 movie-goer / moviegoer
 museum-goer / museumgoer
 nightclub-goer
 no-goer
 office-goer / officegoer
 opera-goer / operagoer
 pageant-goer
 parade-goer / paradegoer
 park-goer / parkgoer
 party-goer / partygoer
 prom-goer / promgoer
 pub-goer / pubgoer
 race-goer / racegoer
 restaurant-goer / restaurantgoer
 safari-goer / safarigoer
 sale-goer / salegoer
 school-goer / schoolgoer
 shop-goer / shopgoer
 show-goer / showgoer
 shrine-goer/ shrinegoer
 shul-goer / shulgoer
 spa-goer / spagoer
 synagogue-goer / synagoguegoer
 temple-goer / templegoer
 theater-goer / theatergoer
 theatre-goer / theatregoer UK
 tour-goer / tourgoer
 wedding-goer/ weddinggoer

アナグラム

 Geor., Gero, Gore, Ogre, Rego, ergo, ergo-, gero-, gore, ogre, orge, rego

語源

go + -er

発音

 

韻: -əʊə(r)

名詞

goer (複数形 goers)
 One who, or that which, goes.

She is an avid movie-goer.

 A machine, especially a motor car, that performs well.

I bought her secondhand, but she's a good little goer.

 (英国用法, slang) A person, often a woman, who enjoys sexual activity.

She's a right little goer, I could hear her from next door.

 1990, Hampton Charles, Advantage Miss Seeton,[1] page 45,

He winked at Parsons. "If I'm any judge, she must've bin a right little goer in 'er day."

 2001, Peter Buse, Drama + Theory: Critical Approaches to Modern British Drama,[2] page 102,

' […] (Intimate, man to man) Eh, I bet she's a goer, int she sunshine? She's got a fair pair of knockers on her too.'

 2001, Edna Walsh, Bedbound and Misterman,[3] ISBN 1854596403, page 22,

'I can tell that yer a right little goer, hey Larsie?!' I call over two slappers and slip them a few hundred! Before I know it me and Lars and the two slappers are rolling around a giant bed with the hungriest genitals in Gay Paree!

派生語

Terms derived from "goer" ("-goer")

 away-goer UK
 auction-goer
 ball-goer Ireland
 beach-goer
 cafe-goer / café-goer
 caucus-goer
 chapel-goer
 church-goer
 circus-goer
 cinema-goer
 club-goer
 college-goer
 concert-goer

 conference-goer
 Davos-goer
 dinner-goer
 event-goer
 exhibit-goer
 festival-goer / fest-goer / fair-goer
 film-goer
 funeral-goer
 gallery-goer
 gig-goer
 gym-goer
 lounge-goer

 mall-goer
 movie-goer
 museum-goer
 nightclub-goer
 no-goer UK
 office-goer
 opera-goer
 pageant-goer
 parade-goer
 park-goer
 party-goer
 prom-goer
 pub-goer

 race-goer
 restaurant-goer
 school-goer / schoolgoer
 show-goer
 shul-goer
 spa-goer
 theater-goer
 theatre-goer UK
 tour-goer
 wedding-goer India

アナグラム

 ergo
 gore
 ogre, Ogre
 rego