Carry-the-message-to-garcia Definition


(intransitive, dated) To perform a requisite task despite obstacles.


(intransitive, dated) To perform a requisite task without having been informed specifically by what method to do so.


Origin of Carry-the-message-to-garcia

  • Paraphrase of a quotation from an 1899 essay, "A Message to Garcia", concerning Calixto García

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