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ball

1. noun A very enjoyable time. The kids really had a ball at the birthday party—they won't stop talking about it! You should really come to the fair with us. It'll be a ball!
2. noun, vulgar slang A testicle. She kicked the man right in the balls when he tried to grope her in the bar. I heard Tom lost his left ball to cancer last month.
3. verb, vulgar slang To have sex (with someone). I heard they were balling in the back seat of his pickup truck. You're still dating Jenny, right? You ball her yet?

balls

1. vulgar slang The testicles. Yeah, he's not feeling so great after taking that kick to the balls!
2. rude slang Gumption; nerve. You've got a lot of balls asking me about my love life in front of everyone like that.
3. rude slang An exclamation of frustration or disappointment. Balls, I left the tickets at home!
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

ball

1. n. a wild time at a party; a good time. We really had a ball. See ya!
2. n. a testicle. (see also balls.) The teacher preferred “testicles” to “balls,” if they had to be mentioned at all.
3. in. to enjoy oneself. (Ambiguous with the next sense.) The whole crowd was balling and having a fine time.
4. in. to depart; to leave. It’s late. Let’s ball.
5. tv. & in. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) Isn’t there anything more to you than balling?
6. in. to play a ball game. (Probably a deliberate pun on sense 5) Bob’s out balling with the guys.

balls

1. n. the testicles. (Usually objectionable.) He got hit in the balls in the football game.
2. exclam. of disbelief. (Usually an exclamation: Balls! Usually objectionable.) Out of gas! Balls! I just filled it up!
3. n. courage; bravado. (Usually refers to a male, but occasionally refers to female. Usually objectionable.) He doesn’t have enough balls to do that!
See also: ball
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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