rarin


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raring to go

Very eager, excited, or anxious to go somewhere or begin doing something. The kids were already in the car and raring to go. After the rousing speech by the boss, the whole team was raring to go.
See also: go, raring

rarin' to go

extremely keen to act or do something. Jane can't wait to start her job. She's rarin' to go. Mary is rarin' to go and can't wait for her university term to start.
See also: go

raring to go

Very eager to begin, as in The children were all dressed and raring to go. This idiom uses raring for rearing, and alludes to a horse's standing on its hind legs when it is anxious to get moving. [Early 1900s]
See also: go, raring

raring to go

COMMON If you are raring to go, you are very eager to go somewhere or to start doing something. After a good night's sleep, Paul said he was raring to go. `Where is it?' I asked, suddenly raring to go.
See also: go, raring

raring to go

very keen and eager to make a start. informal
Historically, raring is the present participle of rare , an obsolete dialectal variant of the verb rear .
See also: go, raring

ˌraring to ˈgo

(informal) very enthusiastic about starting something: We’ve finished our training and now we’re all raring to go.
See also: go, raring

raring to go

mod. anxious and eager to go. Come on, I’m raring to go!
See also: go, raring
References in periodicals archive ?
Fatu Baa Dafala rarin besi Fatu Baa Dafala is of the iron pillar Dadolen murak rarin besi of silver block, of the iron pillar Mota hotu-hotu la lao sai tasi All rivers are not connected to the sea Uluk lubuk Dafala lao sai tasi.