I've come across the bizarre (is it?) question that's asking me to write the complete form of this exclaiming 'sentence'. I came along the sentence below as the nonellipsed expansion:
[Let's go] to glory!
However, it gets a bit hilarious if you want to apply the same to "to hell with the guns!":
[Let's go] to hell with the guns!
[Go] to hell with the guns!
Are these exceptions? Is there a general rule we can apply to the phrases than begin with the structure "to + noun"? Is there ellipsis here, since I don't seem to see it?
I've been taught that to write a complete expansion for the ellipsed form, you should choose what's the nearest and yet the shortest. Is this true?