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go the whole hog

mainly UK informal US usually go whole hog to do something as completely as possible: Having already limited local taxation, why not go the whole hog and abolish it completely?
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Translations of “go the whole hog”
in Chinese (Simplified) 彻底地做…, 贯彻到底…
in Chinese (Traditional) 徹底地做…, 貫徹到底…
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