Grammar Patterns

Combining forms

The '-going' group

These combining forms combine with nouns and place names. The adjectives formed indicate where or how someone or something goes or is travelling.
After losing another hour as he waited to change money, he boarded a packed London-bound shuttle train.
We choose to see the natural wonders of the Galapagos Islands, using a small motor yacht rather than a luxury ocean-going cruise ship.
  • -borne
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  • -going
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