English version

have a ball

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a ballhave a ballinformalENJOY/LIKE DOING something to have a very good time ball
Examples from the Corpus
have a ballNo matter where you go, what your interests, if you are into celebrating, you can have a ball.Have dinner, have a ball, then spend the night, provided you have reservations.He and I just have a ball.The kids had a ball building sandcastles.A playground and playhouse keep the tots happy while the teenagers have a ball with a whole host of absorbing activities.Besides, to be really crass about it, the publicity people are going to have a ball with this.We have a ball in my bag.
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