From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/go down with somethingbe/go down with somethingMIto have a particular illnessJane’s gone down with flu. →down
Examples from the Corpus
be/go down with something• There was a sudden space when the man at Riven's shoulderwent down with a cry.• I was having a really hard time and I went down with Isabel and my dad.• Mr Black paid them off on all the equipment which went down with it, but which I know was not destroyed.• I went down with nothing but a. 45-caliberpistol and a flashlight.• Outside linebackerMike Morton, making his first start since Rob Fredrickson went down with season-ending shoulder surgery, had eight tackles.• Looking back, it seemed inevitable that Evelyn would go down with some sort of psychologicaltrouble.• These kids are 13,14, and they wan na be down with somethin'.• Who knows what went down with them?