(third-person singular simple present goes to hell, present participle going to hell, simple past went to hell, past participle gone to hell)
- Go "out the window", to be ruined, now useless.
- Well, that plan has gone to hell.
- Literally, go to Hell.
- Why did Nancy do that to Jake? She can go to hell.
- (in imperative) Expression of anger directed at someone in contempt, especially after that individual had done something very wrong.
- You want me to voluntarily work the weekend without pay? Go to hell!