kiss goodbye to

kiss/say/wave goodbye to something

if you say goodbye to something, you accept that you will not have it any more or that you will not get it You can say goodbye to your £10. Tom never repays his debts.
See also: goodbye, kiss
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But it will probably have to kiss goodbye to most of the cash.
you could kiss goodbye to every wind farm in the land.
Liam Burke said: "think the city can kiss goodbye to this attraction now.
00) can kiss goodbye to his rivals by winning the extended 7f handicap at Chester.
RONALDINO can kiss goodbye to playing for AC Milan after Rossoneri chief Silvio Berlusconi said he was no longer interested in signing the Samba star.
Paul Petrie, Totepool spokesman, said yesterday: "If there are any results like last weekend, players can kiss goodbye to winning.
Brechin boss Michael O'Neill said: "We knew we had to win or kiss goodbye to any chance of making the play-offs.
And the Aussie utility man says the Londoners can kiss goodbye to the title - because it's become a two-horse race between Arsenal and Manchester United.
You can kiss goodbye to cheap tickets if he does buy the club.
JOHN Prescott faces mounting challenges over his links to a US billionaire's casino plans after refusing to kiss goodbye to his job.
In an extremely tight Group A, if the Galicians lose in their own Estadio Riazor tonight then they can virtually kiss goodbye to progressing to the next stage.
The most powerful women in breast cancer" were honored in October as part of the Avon Foundation Kiss Goodbye to Breast Cancer awards.
The feeling is that if the Frenchman doesn't have a good excuse for his absence, he can kiss goodbye to the remaining two weeks of his short-termcontract.
EVERTON can kiss goodbye to any fanciful dreams they had of playing in Europe next season in the much-maligned Intertoto Cup.