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go to bed with (one)

euphemism To have sexual intercourse with one. No, I'm not going to bed with my date tonight—I only just met him!
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go to bed with

1. Engage in sex with; see go all the way, def. 2.
2. go to bed with the chickens. Retire very early, as in She made the children go to bed with the chickens. The chickens here alludes to the fact that domestic fowl generally go to sleep at sundown.
3. Also, get in or into bed with . Form a close association with, as in There's always the danger that the inspectors will get in bed with the industries they're supposed to be inspecting . This usage simply extends the sexual relationship of def. 1 to broader use.
4. go to bed. Start printing a newspaper or other publication. The allusion here is that the morning newspaper is usually printed sometime during the night before. For example, It's too late for your story; the paper went to bed half an hour ago. [Mid-1800s]
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go to bed with

To have sexual relations with.
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The Mirror quoted Ancelotti, as saying: "It doesn't interest me with who my captain and my soldiers go to bed with.
And it's scary to objectify white-trash street-hustler types to the degree to which you must in order to find them beautiful enough to go to bed with.
The writer also pointed out that their daughter-in-law has her heating on 24 hours a day and her children go to bed with hats and gloves on.
I never go to bed with make-up and I use various creams all over my body.