"go all the way" meaning in English

Verb

Forms: goes all the way [present, simple, singular, third-person], going all the way [participle, present], went all the way [past, simple], gone all the way [participle, past] Audio: en-au-go all the way.ogg [Australia]
  1. To travel the entire distance to one's intended destination. Tags: intransitive, literally
  2. To continue to the conclusion of a task or project. Tags: idiomatic, intransitive Categories: English idioms
  3. To have sexual intercourse. Tags: colloquial, euphemistic, idiomatic, intransitive Categories: English euphemisms, English idioms Synonyms (to have sexual intercourse): do it
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: English terms with redundant head parameter, Sex Synonyms: get it, have sex, copulate Related terms: get to first base, take it to the next level

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