As verbs the difference between went and done
is that went
) while done
As a noun went
is (obsolete) a course; a way, a path; a journey.
* (l), (l) (both archaic)
(obsolete) A course; a way, a path; a journey.
* 1596 , (Edmund Spenser), The Faerie Queene , IV.5:
- At a turning of a wente .
- But here my wearie teeme, nigh over spent, / Shall breathe it selfe awhile after so long a went .
(of food) Ready, fully cooked.
In a state of having completed or finished an activity.
- As soon as the potatoes are done we can sit down and eat.
- He pushed his empty plate away, sighed and pronounced "I am done ."
Being exhausted or fully spent.
- They were done playing and were picking up the toys when he arrived.
Without hope or prospect of completion or success.
- When the water is done we will only be able to go on for a few days.
Fashionable, socially acceptable, tasteful.
- He is done , after three falls there is no chance he will be able to finish.
- I can't believe he just walked up and spoke to her like that, those kind of things just aren't done !
- What is the done thing these days? I can't keep up!
* be done for
* be done with it
* done deal
* get done for
* well done
(African American Vernacular English, Southern American English, auxiliary verb, taking a past tense) Used in forming the perfective aspect.
- I have ''done'' my work.
- I done did my best to raise y'all.