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Hi, everyone:

A and B are quarreling with each other.

A said ”you want to quarrel with me next time, I'll ________"

Could I say "I'll play it with you to the end" ?
or "I'll take it to the end"?

More explanation:
I'm looking for a common expression that means someone will not be afraid but rather, ready to take on any conflict with his opponents any time they want.

Another example:

Lawyer C said:“ If someone doesn't think the decision by court is fair, we'll______(to the end) no matter how much it will cost"

Best wishes
  • Bluey

    I think you could also use "take it all the way" or "go all the way" especially in the case of the second example.
    Hope this helps!
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