|go tell your mother she wants you
||go away, you're not welcome here, get lost
||Mikey, you always cry when you don't win.
Please go home - go tell your mother she wants you!
|go the distance
||finish the race, complete the course
||If Mat begins a project, he'll go the distance - he'll complete it.
|go the extra mile
||work longer or harder than expected, give 110%
||If you are willing to go the extra mile, you can be the top student.
|go the way of the dodo
||become extinct like the dodo bird, die off
||If we don't protect our language, it will go the way of the dodo.
||say, read, run through
||Could you go through the steps one more time, please.
|go through the roof
||become very angry, blow your stack
||Mr. Tse will go through the roof when he sees all these mistakes.
|go to any trouble
||work to make us welcome, put yourself out
||Please don't go to any trouble for us. Don't change your plans.
|go to bat for
||help someone by talking to managers or authorities, put in a good word for
||Uncle Bob works for the City. If your tax bill is too high, maybe he'll go to bat for you.
|go to great lengths/ go to any lengths
||do whatever is necessary, never give up
||Cynthia will go to any lengths to find a dress designed by Voz.
|go to hell [B]
||leave, go, drop dead, take off
||When I asked him to move his car, he told me to go to hell.