go all the way

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go all the way

1. To proceed with something to completion. He's intrigued by our proposal, but I doubt he'll go all the way and approve it.
2. slang To have sexual intercourse. Did you go all the way with your date last night?
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go all the way (with someone)

 and go to bed (with someone)
Euph. to have sexual intercourse with someone. If you go all the way, you stand a chance of getting pregnant. I've heard that they go to bed all the time.
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go all the way

1. Continue on a course to the end, as in The town agreed to put in a sewer but would not go all the way with widening the street. [First half of 1900s] Also see go the distance.
2. Engage in sexual intercourse, as in Her mother told her some boys will always try to make her go all the way. [Slang; second half of 1900s]
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go all the way (or the whole way)

1 continue a course of action to its conclusion. 2 have full sexual intercourse with someone. euphemistic
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go all the ˈway (with somebody)

(informal) have full sexual intercourse with somebody
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go all the way

in. to copulate; to carry necking all the way to copulation. (Euphemistic. Usually objectionable.) He keeps wanting me to go all the way.
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