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go down that road exp.
face a specific situation; act in a certain way
E.g.: John went out of rehab a few days ago and he is determined to not go down that road again.

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exp.
go crazy about something, get enthusiastic
exp.
go to the extreme; do everything that could be done; exhaust all possibilities and resources
exp.
to take OR bring somebody down a notch means to make them behave less arrogantly or proudly.
exp.
to take OR turn OR bring something down a notch means to decrease its intensity
v.
to be lost
he went missing my dog went missing for three days
exp.
to lose one's temper
very familiar
exp.
(in an organization) set up a more informal structure/workflow/environment; give up on communication protocols between departments
[Bus.]
exp.
calm down!
exp.
1. to stop using an addictive substance abruptly and completely. 2. to undergo sudden and complete withdrawal from a habitual activity or behavior pattern. 3. to begin or do something without planning, preparation, or practice.
exp.
relax, calm down
said to make someone temper his nerves or enthusiasm. E.g.: Chill out, I didn't take your car!
exp.
metaphoric expression for getting married
exp.
You say 'top that!' when you have achieved something and you want to challenge other people to do better
I know four celebrities - top that!
exp.
expression used to describe a lost opportunity or something that is unlikely to happen in the current circumstances
n.
go fast, move very quickly
exp.
deteriorate very quickly
id.
go mad; become extremely and uncontrollably angry, often to the point of violence
[Slang];[US];[Fam.] Derives from a series of incidents from 1986 onward in which US Postal Service workers shot and killed managers, fellow workers, and members of the police or general public in acts of mass murder.
v.
declare that you're done with work or other activity, and that you want to go out or rest or go to bed
[Fig.];[Fam.]
exp.
go out in the street to protest
n.
drug that produces mydriasis
n.
person that you date
n.
something that improves morale
exp.
go crazy; get angry; lose self-control
E.g.: I will lose it if we keep listening to this song.
exp.
go for something, take one's chances
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down         

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      prep  
1    used to indicate movement from a higher to a lower position  
they went down the mountain     
2    at a lower or further level or position on, in, or along  
he ran down the street     
      adv  
3    downwards; at or to a lower level or position  
don't fall down     
4    particle   used with many verbs when the result of the verb's action is to lower or destroy its object  
pull down, knock down, bring down     
5    particle   used with several verbs to indicate intensity or completion  
calm down     
6    immediately  
cash down     
7    on paper  
write this down     
8    arranged; scheduled  
the meeting is down for next week     
9    in a helpless position  
they had him down on the ground     
10   
a    away from a more important place  
down from London     
b    away from a more northerly place  
down from Scotland     
c    (of a member of some British universities) away from the university; on vacation  
d    in a particular part of a country  
down south     
11      (Nautical)   (of a helm) having the rudder to windward  
12    reduced to a state of lack or want  
down to the last pound     
13    lacking a specified amount  
at the end of the day the cashier was ten pounds down     
14    lower in price  
bacon is down     
15    including all intermediate terms, grades, people, etc.  
from managing director down to tea-lady     
16    from an earlier to a later time  
the heirloom was handed down     
17    to a finer or more concentrated state  
to grind down, boil down     
18      (Sport)   being a specified number of points, goals, etc. behind another competitor, team, etc.  
six goals down     
19    (of a person) being inactive, owing to illness  
down with flu     
20    functioning as imperative   (to dogs)  
down Rover!     
21    functioning as imperative  
down with   wanting the end of somebody or something  
down with the king!     
22    get down on something     (Austral. and N.Z.)   to procure something, esp. in advance of needs or in anticipation of someone else  
      adj  
23    postpositive   depressed or miserable  
24    prenominal   of or relating to a train or trains from a more important place or one regarded as higher  
the down line     
25    postpositive   (of a device, machine, etc., esp. a computer) temporarily out of action  
26    made in cash  
a down payment     
27    down to   the responsibility or fault of  
this defeat was down to me     
      vb  
28    tr   to knock, push or pull down  
29    intr   to go or come down  
30    tr  
Informal   to drink, esp. quickly  
he downed three gins     
31    tr   to bring (someone) down, esp. by tackling  
      n  
32      (American football)   one of a maximum of four consecutive attempts by one team to advance the ball a total of at least ten yards  
33    a descent; downward movement  
34    a lowering or a poor period (esp. in the phrase ups and downs)  
35    have a down on  
Informal   to bear ill will towards (someone or something)  
     (Old English dune, short for adune, variant of of dune, literally: from the hill, from of, off + dun hill; see down3)  
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