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1to go for a burton — irse al traste / al diablo / al cuerno informal
- And there's where rule Number Three went for a burton.
- My CD player has gone for a burton; I don't know what on earth is wrong with it.
- Cardiff's unbeaten start was not the only record to go for a burton.
- Someone would say ‘Bill Smith went for a burton last night’.
- This weekend's long run has gone for a burton courtesy of a trip to the Azores tomorrow.