Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

to hell with (it)

to hell with it
1) a phrase used to show scorn or lack of concern for consequences
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    • to hell with you
  • Analysis
    When you say ‘to hell with’ something. It means you don’t care about it have a concern for the consequences of your actions. “To hell with this homework-I’ll do it tomorrow.” This is an expression that is usually spoken and used in very casual contexts such as among friends.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. Yes, I'll have another beer, to hell with it, it's Friday!
    2. I know I should be saving my money, but to hell with it, I'm going out!
    3. Yeah, well, to hell with you. I'm not listening to you anymore!
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. That client is always complaining! To hell with it, we don't need that kind of business.
    2. Advertising on TV is so expensive! To hell with it, we can achieve the same result for less on social media.
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