to walk ; to go by foot (transitive) (some distance) (some distance)
to leave (intransitive)
Ich gehe jetzt. ― I’m leaving now.
to leave; to take off (intransitive) (airplane, train)
Wann geht dein Zug? − When is your train leaving?
to be going; to be alright;indicates how the dative object fares(impersonal, intransitive) (Literally, “It goes well for me.”)
Wie geht es dir? ― How are you doing?
Es geht mir gut. ― I’m doing well. (Literally, “It goes well for me.”)
Es geht. ― It’s alright.
to be possible (colloquial, intransitive)
Das würde vielleicht gehen. ― That might be possible.
to work; to function (colloquial, intransitive) (of a machine, method or the like)
Der Kaffeeautomat geht nicht. ― The coffee dispenser doesn't work.
to be in progress; to last (colloquial, intransitive)
Die Sitzung geht bis ein Uhr. ― The session is scheduled until one o’clock.
to approach; to be going (regional or dated, impersonal, intransitive, with “auf” followed by a time) (on some one)
Es geht auf 8 Uhr. ― It’s going on 8 o’clock.
About German Verb "gehen"
The German verb gehen is one of the most commonly used German verbs. According to our analysis of 100,000+ German news articles, gehen is the 11th most used verb. Our data on the German verb gehen comes from Wiktionary and is verified through secondary sources like Duden. The different colors in our verb conjugation chart represent certain morphological transformations. These verb cojugations are derived algorithmically.