ballverb

  • ja〔複数の物が〕接合する、結び付く
  • ento form or to cause to form a round shape

Examples

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You need to get a fair bit of meat,
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more than you probably think you need,
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and ball it up.
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We're just using the mortar and pestle,
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and that's why I'm balling it up with my hand.
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All right, ball a melon!
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Hey, how come I'm stuck dicing when he gets to ball a melon?
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Cheek kiss, cheek kiss.
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And 1 last kiss for your palm to ball up and stick in your heart.
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Gotcha.
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Whose little ball of paper is this?
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Oh, that would be mine.
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See, I wrote a note to myself and then I realized I didn’t need the note so I balled it up.
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And now I wish I was dead.

Other meanings for ball...

ballnoun

  • ja〔正式な〕ダンスパーティー、(大)舞踏会
  • ena party where people partake in dancing
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Do you wanna go to the Fall Ball with me?
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Jo and Laurie dancing wildly at the ball
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is a classic scene from Louisa May Alcott's novel.
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In 3 and a half weeks, the Met will be hosting its annual ball.
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And we are going to rob it.
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- Not the ball itself. - But the neck of Daphne Kluger.
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Maybe we can go to the Snow Ball together.
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Snow Ball?
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It's this cheesy school dance where you go in the gym and dance to music and stuff.
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She sews together 2 handkerchiefs onto herself and goes to a ball.
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All the girls are like, "What is going on with you, girl?
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You look better than you have ever looked."
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All of the royal secrets come spilling out at Richard's coronation ball.
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Just wondering if, maybe, you wanted to go to the ball with me?
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I’m sorry, but someone’s already asked me.
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So will he come to the ball tomorrow, Papa?
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l believe so.
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May I have the honor of escorting you to the Chancellor's Ball?
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Oh, Sean, don't you have a cell phone where you could call ahead first?
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I actually have a date.
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Oh.
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What do you think?
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You like it?
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I think you should wear it to a ball.
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I kind of wish I had a ball to go to.