Definition of 'go to pieces'
Example sentences containing 'go to pieces'
It was not the most dignified of exits, but my dignity tends to go to pieces at the prospect of painful physical violence.A NASTY DOSE OF DEATH (1999)
Or you can give her death a malign meaning; you can go to pieces, certainly with disastrous results.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (1999)
Englishmen like me don't usually go to pieces by making tactile gestures whenever someone addresses them with affection.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (1999)
Definition of go to pieces from the Collins English Dictionary
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