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be on a roll

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe on a rollbe on a rollinformalSUCCESSFUL to be having a lot of success with what you are trying to do Midvale High was on a roll, having won their last six basketball games. roll
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be on a rollThe Toronto-born architect is on a roll.Two, which hold wooden blocks, are on rolling coasters, and they are permanently available.Small business is on a roll.Curve are on a roll now.The master and I were on a roll now, and it seemed that nothing could stop us anymore.Lee kept on the attack despite this and the fact that Nicklaus was on a roll.The emergent thing is on a roll.Baseball owners, once thought to be shackled by tradition, are on a roll.
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