Meaning of a gogo in English:

a gogo

Pronunciation /ə ˈɡəʊɡəʊ/

adjective

informal postpositive
  • In abundance; galore.

    • ‘Gershwin a gogo—all the hits’
    • ‘Between the patented Bruce smirk to the dancing with jet fighters to the high kicking Asian babe it was cliche a gogo.’
    • ‘It was screaming logo-a-gogo galore. It was utterly tasteless, vulgar and 199% excessive.’
    • ‘This past weekend was fun. Lexington-a-gogo with Timbe and Damnyell.’
    • ‘Google's celebrating Gaston Julia, which means fractals agogo (well ok so I assumed they were meant to be fireworks when I first saw it).’
    • ‘Funny characters, great visuals, Robin Williams back on form, cameos agogo.’
    abundant, superabundant, plentiful, ample, profuse, full, extensive, considerable, substantial, generous, bumper, lavish, fulsome, liberal, bountiful, overflowing, abounding, teeming

Origin

1960s from French à gogo, from Old French gogue ‘fun’.