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What is the difference between go for and go with in the sense of choosing something? For example:

I was offered a few jobs and I will probably go for the one with higher pay.

I was offered a few jobs and I will probably go with the one with higher pay.

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The meaning of "go for" and "go with" in that context is the same.
To me, the phrase "go for" has a connotation of seizing or grabbing something, while "go with" has a connotation of accompanying or going along with something, but in that context, it amounts to the same thing.

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