meaning and examples of the Phrase

Go through hell

pronunciation:
British (male):
American (female):
Endure great hardship and/or suffering.
(Is unlikely to offend anyone in any situation.).

  1. To have a miserable experience.
  2. Winston Churchill.

to have a very unpleasant experience, especially one that lasts for a long period of time.

The poor woman's been going through hell over the last few months, not knowing whether her son was alive or dead.

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