С БОГОМ old-fashPrepPInvar
1. ( indep. sent or adv
(used to wish s.o. success-or occas. used as encouragement for a group that includes the speaker-before undertaking something new or setting out on a trip) may things go well: (may) God be with you
God bless yougood luck to you(when the speaker participates in the undertaking in question) with Godfc grace (help, blessing)(as a wish for a pleasant journey only) I wish you Godspeed (good speed)have a nice (good etc) trip.
«Вы нынче ведь все влюблены. Ну, влюблена, так выходи за него замуж, - сердито смеясь, проговорила графиня, - с богом!» (Толстой 5)."You're all in love nowadays, it seems. Well, if you're in love, marry him," said the Countess, with a laugh of annoyance, "and God bless you!" (5a).
Кетчер должен был ехать за заставу с Natalie, Астраков - воротиться, чтобы сказать мне, всё ли успешно и что делать. Я остался ждать с его милой, прекрасной женой... Наконец взошёл Астраков. Мы бросились к нему. «Всё идёт чудесно, они при мне ускакали!.. Ступай сейчас за Рогожскую заставу, там у мостика увидишь лошадей... С богом!» (Герцен 1). Ketscher was to drive out of the town with Natalie, and Astrakov was to come back and tell me whether everything had gone off successfully and what I was to do. I was left waiting with his beautiful, delightful wife.... At last Astrakov came in, and we rushed to meet him. "Everything is going marvellously, I saw them gallop off....You go out at the Rogozhsky gate at once, there by the little bridge you will see the horses....Good luck to you!" (1a).
«Итак, если нет препятствий, то с богом, можно бы приступить к совершению купчей крепости», — сказал Чичиков (Гоголь 3). "Well, then," Chichikov went on, "if there's nothing in our way, we can go ahead, with God's blessing, and draw up a purchase deed" (3e).
Ну вот и хорошо, вот всё и устроилось, поезжайте с Богом» (Стругацкие 1). "There, you see, everything's worked out, have a nice trip" (1a).
(used when dismissing s.o. peacefully, or in order to soften a command or suggestion that s.o. leave some place) you can, you should (leave, get out of here), it would be best if (you left, got out of here)
you'd better...
you'd be best off...(when dismissing s.o. ) you may (go (leave now etc)).
«Ты иди с богом, куда хотел, а я вот с Иваном Алексеевичем напишу все эти письма...» (Гончаров 1). "You'd better go about your business, and I'll write the letters with Alexeyev..." (1a).

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