"Va dare faire foutre" is the colloquial equivalent. The various other translations given are as well literal and much more powerful than the intended meaning in English.




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Littéralement:

Va au diable !

Avec un sens to add fort, plus imagé, voire artistique ou mélodramatique, un peu théâtral :

Va en enfer, Brûle en enfer !

Plus an easy et straight dans le même sens:

Disparais !

familier:

Fiche-moi la paix (avec ça) !

Il y en a toute une série d"autres beaucoup moins correctes avec le lien déjà mentionné: Comment dire « go take a flying leap » en français ?


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As various other comments say, "Va au diable !" (when talk to a single person) is one old method to to speak it.

There space plenty that other methods to speak it more rudely. A an ext recent version and also still "formal" would certainly be

Va car faire cuire un oeuf.

And an ext usual :

Va te faire voir


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CRNTL, you have actually the choice :

Someone :

Allez au diable !

or :

Va au diable !

Someone"s dispute :

Va au diable avec tes histoires !

Something :

Au diable tout cela !


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Va/Allez au diable

is a great translation for

Go come hell

but that"s no something human being usually say. Human being are much more likely come use

Va/Allez chier !

which literally method

go take it a shit!


With the exception of "aller au diable"/au diable!", some of the suggestions above, while certainly used in modern tasiilaq.net, room not ideal translations because that "Go to hell" because they space much more vulgar (even despite a high level of vulgarity has end up being quite usual in every day language). "Go to hell", while not polite, is reasonably tame this days, therefore the following expressions room not ideal equivalents when translating:XXX - "Va car faire foutre"="Go fuck yourself/Go get yourself fucked"XXX - "Va/Allez chier != go take a shit"......................These various other suggestions are similar in register:

Fiche-moi la paixaller se faire cuire un œuf/Va dare faire cuire un œuf. aller se faire voir (ailleurs) /Va car faire voir (ailleurs)

See more expressions here: https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/aller_se_faire_voir