doom to

doom (someone or something) to (something)

To condemn someone to something The rest of the department gave me all of their paperwork at the same time and doomed me to a day of filing.
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doom someone or something to something

to destine someone or something to something unpleasant. The judgment doomed her to a life in prison. Your insistence on including that rigid clause doomed the contract to failure.
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John Carmack and the id Software team have created a game that delivers the same thrilling gameplay synonymous with DOOM to mobile phones.
It was enough for Doom to put his arms up in a sign of surrender at the end of the first period.