go downtown

go downtown

1. Literally, to go to the central part of a city. Let's have a few drinks at home first; we can go downtown later on.
2. To go to prison; to be arrested. John went downtown after being caught drunk driving.
3. vulgar slang To perform oral sex.
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One challenge, the City Council learned at its work session Monday, is getting people to believe that progress is being made: People who seldom or never go downtown believe things there are getting worse.
We're going to go downtown with it, where he's got a point of view," Pelecanos revealed.
But unless you know investors, you don't just get to go downtown and buy a building.
I would then go downtown and take photos while I explore unfamiliar territory.
Whether they want to go downtown, to take a taxi to the bus or bicycle must, through the space created, the rest of the station, the logic and the survey has become a pleasant reception area.
The college kids have come home, and you don't have to worry that you will miss someone because you can just go downtown and wander around," Menish-Meucci says.
They want to shop, they want to go downtown, and they spend two to three times more on a trip more than we spend.
Get dolled up with gold chains, or go downtown with cool kicks.
would someone want to go downtown to a hipper location on a wash for price?
Lao, because most shoppers go downtown to stores near the pier area of Cebu City.
Chief Howell said officers are required to go downtown and walk a beat, day shift and night shift.
But I had to go downtown because our office was located there in a three-story building facing Geetanjali Hospital on Vazhuthacaud Road about three kilometers from the center of TVM.
It's like we are beating them with a stick on the west end and giving them candy to go downtown but they both work together," he said.
Before I had knocked at the door, Yette and her brother Rene were asking to go downtown to celebrate what became known as Victory Day or V-E day.
While 70 per cent of trucks need to go downtown to make deliveries, 30 per cent could be diverted around the town with a bypass adding 10 to 15 more minutes to their travel time but reducing the danger to Paris' pedestrians, shoppers and drivers.