go to the wall
Meanings of "go to the wall"
'To go to the wall' / + (on something)' means:
1. 'To SUCCUMB IN A CONFLICT or STRUGGLE' (also 'YIELD')
"When it's a matter of family versus friends, friends must go to the wall." - "In spite of their efforts, they went to the wall."
2. TO GO BANKRUPT
"Smaller companies are always the first to go to the wall in an economic recession." - "If the company loses money again this quarter, it will go to the wall sooner than later." - "The store finally went to the wall."
*Origins: Refers to a hard-pressed fighter who retreats from a battle or fight until he finds himself trapped with his back against a wall, thus unable to escape.
3. To STEADFASTLY SUPPORT someone / something regardless of any suffering one might incur as a result. To HOLD OUT TO THE VERY END
"I would go to the wall for you, so I'll certainly endorse you on the campaign trail."
(Examples adapted from:
Oxford Dictionary of Proverbs. 2008. 2009. DOI: 10.1093/acref/9780199539536.001.0001 |
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc. | Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012.)
গানে "go to the wall"
Tell her that nobody else takes her
and she should stop to write me messages
Tell her that she should go to the wall - the wall
She should never come otherwise i will be successfull