I go to you - what does this expression mean?
Respect? Probably. ))) I think so. But maybe I'm not right.
This expression came from Ancient Russia, when, apparently, the pronoun "you" did not change in cases. In those days of internecine strife, when one prince officially wanted to declare war on another prince-neighbor, instead of saying in a modern way "I am coming at you," he said in his message "I am going at you." Nowadays, this expression is used in a figurative sense: before an argument with someone, when they go to the boss on the carpet, etc.
Suspension. You are close, you are a stranger .............