doom to

doom (someone or something) to (something)

To condemn someone to something, such as a particular fate. 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.