(someone) doesn't go for (something)

"I don't go for ___" means "I don't enjoy ___." For example:

I don't go for all that fancy stuff. I like a good, old-fashioned meal.

You can also use this phrase to explain that someone doesn't accept something. For example:

You'd better be prepared when you go in to talk to Marjorie; she doesn't go for excuses.

This phrase appears in these lessons: