- (idiomatic) Served in a package or takeout container so as to be taken away from a restaurant rather than eaten on the premises.
- I'd like two burgers, two small orders of fries and two shakes, to go.
- (idiomatic) Remaining. To finish. (In a group of events or items) belonging to the subgroup that have not passed or have not been finished or have not been addressed yet.
- In my country, we go to public school for 12 years, and I have three more years to go.
- Right now, out of four bicycles, that's two down and two to go.
- Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see to, go.
Contrasted with for here (“to be eaten on premises, in the restaurant”), as in the set phrase for here or to go? used at restaurants that offer food for both on-premises and off-premises consumption.
served in a takeout container