English version

there goes something/somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthere goes something/somebodythere goes something/somebody a) used when you see someone or something going past or away from you There goes a very worried man. b) used to say that you can hear something such as a bell ringing There goes the phone. I’ll answer it. c) used when you are losing something, for example an opportunity or money, as a result of something that has just happened There go our chances of winning the championship. There goes my career. there
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