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go through fire (and water) (for somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo through fire (and water) (for somebody)go through fire (and water) (for somebody)old-fashionedDANGEROUS to do something very difficult and dangerous for someone fire
Examples from the Corpus
go through fire (and water) (for somebody)I would have gone through fire for Peter Docherty.
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