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    #1

    dance rings around, waltz in

    In the sentence below, what do the words in bold mean?

    Ain't nothing Corrigan could waltz in that Lou Petrocci can't dance rings around.

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    Re: dance rings around, waltz in

    "Waltz in" means someone appeared virtually out of nowhere and casually performed a difficult task.

    "Dance rings around" means that someone can perform a task better and with less effort than another person.

    "Michael Phelps can dance rings around Mark Spitz when it comes to swimming."

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