- Go coast-to-coast
verb phrase To take the ball alone from one end of the court to the other, and usually score: He went coast-to-coast for the lay-in (1990s+ Basketball)
- Go commando
verb phrase As a male, to go without underwear: sure feels funny to go commando
- Go critical
verb phrase To become unstable and dangerous: He felt that the Salvadoran situation was about to go critical [1955+; fr nuclear physics, ”to approach chain reaction”]
noun, Chiefly New Orleans. 1. a plastic cup given to a customer wishing to consume an alcoholic beverage off the premises.