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go and...

informal
used to ​expressdisapproval of something that is done: He's gone and ​lost (= he has ​lost) that ​wallet I gave him for his ​birthday. Mike's really gone and done it now - he'll be in ​terribletrouble for ​breaking that ​window.
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