Go is a youthful network word, which means just "go" and is used in a bunch of "where to go" or "what to do". The English verb go is not "go", but "go," but why do we need this vulgar grammar, right? And he translates, as you correctly understood, "go." Well, brotherello, go for examples of use? Or is everything clear? Keck.
"Kolyan, it's enough to sit at home and duck, you'll be able to roll!"
My princess, go watch a new clip of "Leningrad", this is a complete mind.
People, why are you so sad? Go around the office for a walk at lunchtime?
Go is in the list: Slang