Definition of go to show or prove in English:

go to show (or prove)

(Of an occurrence) serve as evidence or proof of something: the whole mess goes to show that faith in the chairman is no substitute for studying the balance sheet
More example sentences
  • Evidently none of the guys who ended up there are terribly happy with their new positions either, so it just goes to prove that it's not just me, but the whole situation…
  • It just goes to show that the whole protest culture is fundamentally flawed.
  • His silence at last week's press conference - and the chaos which filled it - only went to show again how much the party will suffer from his absence.
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