to hell with (someone or something)(redirected from hell with somebody)
to hell with (someone or something)
I'm disgusted, fed up with, or want nothing to do with someone or something; I don't care about someone or something at all. An F? To hell with this class, I don't even like calculus! Well to hell with him then! It's not like I'm going to miss him.
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(To) hell with that!
Inf. I reject that! (Very stern or angry. Use hell with caution.) Mary: I think we ought to go to the dance Friday night. Tom: To hell with that! Fred: Don't you want to drive me down to school? John: To hell with that!
See also: hell
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to hell with
Also, the hell with. I'm disgusted with, get rid of, as in To hell with that plan; it's ridiculous, or The hell with that so-called genius; he's made a serious mistake in this report. [Early 1900s]
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to ˈhell with somebody/something(spoken) used to express anger or dislike and to say that you no longer care about somebody/something and will take no notice of it/them: To hell with this stupid car. I’m going to buy a new one.(Some people find this use offensive.)
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To hell with that!
exclam. That’s the end of that!; No more of that! (Use caution with hell.) I’ve heard stories like that before, and I don’t believe any of them. To hell with that!
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to hell with
Used to express contempt for or dismissal of someone or something.
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