English version

go west

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo westgo westBritish English old-fashioned a) DIEto die – used humorously b) DAMAGEto be damaged or ruined – used humorously west
Examples from the Corpus
go westBut she was quiet and respectful, and she was eager to go West.It goes west along the river Humber before passing north around the western edge of the Yorkshire Wolds.Jack went west for a holiday in the summer of 1954 while he contemplated his future.But Helper had gone West in the decade before the Civil War.The full quota of how many and whose scripts went west in this rethink will probably never be known.William did not go West on an existential errand; the end of his journey was known.
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