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Difference between Come for something and Go for something

come for somethingarrive to collect smth.:

  • You’ve come for my money, haven’t you! No one can have it!

go for something

1. have a liking for smth.:

  • I don’t go for horror films, and I can’t understand why anyone likes them.

2. be sold for a specified amount of money:

  • The house went for just over five thousand pounds.

3. attack smth. in words:

  • The newspapers have really gone for Tom’s new book in a big way.

4. aim for smth.:

  • The stakes are high, and the question is whether Hindus intend to go for the big one or settle for less.