have to go

have (something) to go

To order something and receive it packaged to be taken out of a restaurant or off of a premises and consumed elsewhere, especially at home. I'll have my coffee to go, thanks. A: "You can take a seat, and we'll bring the food to your table." B: "Actually, could I have it to go, please?"
See also: go, have, to

have to go

1. To be required or obliged to leave. I'd love to stay longer, but I'm afraid I have to go.
2. To be necessary to remove. I love the house we bought, but the interior decorating is terrible. This wallpaper has to go!
3. euphemism To have a need to urinate. Excuse me, where is your toilet? My daughter really has to go.
See also: go, have, to
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