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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A spherical object or entity: a steel ball.
- noun: A spherical or almost spherical body: a ball of flame.
- noun: Sports Any of various rounded, movable objects used in various athletic activities and games.
- noun: Sports Such an object moving, thrown, hit, or kicked in a particular manner: a low ball; a fair ball.
- noun: Sports A game, especially baseball or basketball, played with such an object.
- noun: Sports A pitched baseball that does not pass through the strike zone and is not swung at by the batter.
- noun: A solid spherical or pointed projectile, such as one shot from a cannon.
- noun: Projectiles of this kind considered as a group.
- noun: A rounded part or protuberance, especially of the body: the ball of the foot.
- noun: Vulgar Slang The testicles.
- noun: Vulgar Slang Courage, especially when reckless.
- noun: Vulgar Slang Great presumptuousness.
- verb-transitive: To form into a ball.
- verb-transitive: Vulgar Slang To have sexual intercourse with.
- verb-intransitive: To become formed into a ball.
- verb-intransitive: Vulgar Slang To have sexual intercourse.
- phrasal-verb: ball up To confuse; bungle.
- idiom: on the ball Informal Alert, competent, or efficient: a teacher who is really on the ball.
- idiom: on the ball Informal Relating to qualities, such as competence, skill, or knowledge, that are necessary for success: a manager who has a lot on the ball; a student who has nothing on the ball.
- noun: A formal gathering for social dancing.
- noun: Informal An extremely enjoyable time or experience: We had a ball during our vacation.
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- suvyti į kamuolį
- to keep the ball rolling palaikyti
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