to hell with somebody/something

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.
See also: hell, to
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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]
See also: hell, to
The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer. Copyright © 2003, 1997 by The Christine Ammer 1992 Trust. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

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.)
See also: hell, somebody, something, to
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to hell with

Used to express contempt for or dismissal of someone or something.
See also: hell, to
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