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go to pieces go to pieces (inf) сломаться (морально) • She went to pieces when her husband died. go to pot (inf) пойти насмарку/прахом; выле теть в трубу (разориться) • He was under a terrible strain and his work went completely to pot. • The motel business went to pot when the new highway was built. go to s m b ' s head 1. вскружить голову • All the publicity he has had because of his book has gone to his head. 2. ударить в голову (об алкоголе) • That glass of wine I had before supper went straight to my head. go to town р а з м а х н у т ь с я (не пожалеть денег/сил) • Your new luxury kitchen has everything; you've really gone to town. • Angie and Phil have really gone to town on their wedding. go to the wall разориться, обанкротиться (пре¬ кратить свое существование) • After nine months of massive losses, the company finally went to the wall. go the whole hog идти до конца • In an attempt to recoup his betting losses, he went the whole hog and put all his re¬ maining money on one horse. • He was rich, but he had refrained from going the whole hog and becoming a millionaire. go under the hammer (Am) пойти с молотка; пустить с мо76 лотка • Both collections will go under the hammer and are expected to make $1m at Phillips' in London next month. go up in smoke лопнуть как мыльный пузырь • Their hopes for a really good holi¬ day went up in smoke when their children became ill on the day be¬ fore they were going to leave. go up in the world выйти в л ю д и ; идти в гору; преуспевать • Since Sarah mar¬ ried that rich industrialist, she's certainly gone up in the world. • Caroline was celebrating her second promotion in 9 months and really felt that she was going up in the world. go up the wall на стенку лезть (от раздра¬ жения); не находить себе места; рвать и метать • He's going up the wall about the mess they've made of his garden! go west 1. уйти в мир иной; отправиться к праотцам • He went west in a plane crash. 2. выйти из строя, сломаться; потеряться • My watch went west when I accidentally dropped it on a concrete floor. • The food mixer must have gone west along with my baking tins, when we moved house. gobsmacked (adj) ошарашенный; ошеломленный • When she told him that she was going to marry someone else, he was absolutely gobsmacked.