Idiom: The ball's in your court
Meaning: If somebody says this to you, they mean that it's up to you to decide or take the next step.Country: International English | Subject Area: Sport | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Ball is in your court
- Kangaroo court
- Get the ball rolling
- Curve ball
- Keep your eye on the ball
- Whole new ball game
- On the ball
- Take your eye off the ball
- Drop the ball
- Whole ball of wax
- Have a ball
- A lost ball in the high weeds
- Play ball
- Ball of chalk
- Run with the ball
- Behind the eight ball
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