English version

will/would stop at nothing (to do something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwill/would stop at nothing (to do something)will/would stop at nothing (to do something)DETERMINEDto be ready to do anything to achieve something that you want to achieve We will stop at nothing to save our child. stop
Examples from the Corpus
will/would stop at nothing (to do something)Detectives are hunting three masked raiders who they believe will stop at nothing.Robert Sheldrake is an unscrupulous man who will stop at nothing to get this practice.Luke Calder was a coolly calculating, ruthless man who would stop at nothing to get where or what he wanted.Clearly, Franco would stop at nothing to retain his hegemonic position.
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