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    keep the ball rolling

    Hello Sir,

    I would like to ask you about this?

    what is the meaning of this idiom? "keep the ball rolling"

    I have never heard like this before and I did not find it on the list of the idioms.

    Thank you very much

    amomgw


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    Re: keep the ball rolling

    Quote Originally Posted by amomgw View Post
    Hello Sir,

    I would like to ask you about this?

    what is the meaning of this idiom? "keep the ball rolling"

    I have never heard like this before and I did not find it on the list of the idioms.

    Thank you very much

    amomgw
    One of the interpretations is 'to continue exchanging opinions'. What's the context?

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    Re: keep the ball rolling

    I'm not a teacher.

    Hi amomgw,

    keep the ball rolling: Information from Answers.com

    Regards,

    V.

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