Go down and do tricks

verb phrase

GO DOWN ON someone


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  • Go downhill

    verb phrase To deteriorate; worsen; go to pot: It looks like his health is going downhill fast (1922+) Deteriorate, worsen, as in Ever since the recession began, the business has been going downhill . The figurative use of downhill for “decline” dates from the mid-1800s. Also see downhill all the way

  • Go down on someone

    verb phrase To do fellatio or cunnilingus; eat it,suck: Only she won’t go down on me. Isn’t that odd?/ When I try to go down on my girlfriend, she routinely blocks my head with her thighs (1916+)

  • Go down swinging

    verb phrase To refuse surrender; show fight; nail one’s colors to the mast: The President promised he would go down swinging on that issue [1930s+; fr baseball, ”to strike out, but swing at the third strike”]

  • Go down the line

    verb phrase To do whatever is necessary; go all the way: Will unions go down the line for Clinton on the health bills? (1940s+)

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