go down (a/the) road

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go down (a/the) road

To act, behave, or do things in a particular way or manner. Everyone fears Stephen is going down the road to alcoholism just as his father did.
See also: down, road
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I have to regularly walk into the road to go down the road.
I was maybe going to have to go down the road and play a club game.
We can't go down the road of providing 18 houses on the back of 36 that we don't want.
If we do go down the road of independence we will become the new Africa.
Or it will go down the road of renewables, where there is at least a chance to have a different kind of development path.
People don't go down the road thinking that ball was in the air all afternoon.
Because I knew that perhaps he wanted to go down the road and do more stuff that was akin to The Holy Bible.
One mealtime, my father and two other guys were called to go down the road because a tank had been hit and the medics were needed to see if the men were alive.
So why this article when you could go down the road and skate the rail next to them stairs?
If someone offers to sell your their brand new BMW for a fiver and you know you can go down the road and sell it on for pounds 30,000 you bite their hand off.
Before councillors agree to extra money they should ask some serious questions, not just go down the road to increase council tax.
I hope there's something we can do to see that this ruling is followed as we go down the road.
What we regret very much, if we go down the road of legislation, is that it is inevitably the road to abortion.
THE Paul Wilson case has sickened everyone, but I do have to wonder what makes a boy (and that is what he was - a boy - when he started all this) go down the road of paedophilia.
I'll have a chat with the board but the club won't go down the road of a couple of years ago when we nearly went out of business.