gonna


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gon·na

 (gŭn′ə)
Informal
Contraction of going to: We're gonna win.

gonna

(ˈɡɒnə)
vb, contraction of
going to

gon•na

(ˈgɔ nə; unstressed gə nə)
Pron. Spelling.
going to (where to introduces an infinitive): I'm gonna leave now.
Translations

gonna

(incorrect) = going to; I’m not gonna tell youdas sage ich dir nicht

gonna

[ˈgɒnə] vi (esp Am) (= going to) what are we gonna do?che facciamo?, cosa faremo?
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