To do whatever is necessary; go all the way: Will unions go down the line for Clinton on the health bills? (1940s+)
- Go down the rabbit hole
verb phrase To use narcotics [1990s+ students; fr Alice in Wonderland, where Alice follows the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole to a land of fantasy]
[guh-dawf-skee, gaw-] /gəˈdɔf ski, gɔ-/ noun 1. Leopold, 1870–1938, U.S. composer and pianist, born in Poland.
/Spanish ɡoˈðɔɪ/ noun 1. Manuel de. 1767–1851, Spanish statesman: Charles IV’s unpopular chief minister (1792–97; 1801–08)
- Godoy Alcayaga
[Spanish gaw-th oi ahl-kah-yah-gah] /Spanish gɔˈðɔɪ ɑl kɑˈyɑ gɑ/ noun 1. Lucila [Spanish loo-see-lah] /Spanish luˈsi lɑ/ (Show IPA) real name of .