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Going All The Way ( continuing and succeeding until the very end ... )

"Going All The Way"

"Going all the way" is winning all of your matches and possibly becoming the champion.

Example: "The Bears have a good team this year, but do you think they can go all the way?"

You do not lose so you continue playing until the very end when you "go all the way".

Example: "Everyone thought he would get knocked out in the third round, but he went all the way."

Example: "Hey I think we can win this election." Reply: "We're going all the way."

Going all the way is staying on a journey or in a competition until it is finished.

Example: "This highway goes to California. How far are you going?" Reply: "We're going all the way."

"Going all the way" is continuing to your goal and not stopping early.

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