be game

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be game

To be willing to do something. Sure, I'm game to go to the mall. Vince is game to play basketball—why don't you go to the park with him?
See also: game

be game

to be ready for action; to be agreeable to participating in something. "I'm game," David replied when I suggested we go for a long hike. We're going to the park to play football. Are you game?
See also: game
References in classic literature ?
I am game for his crooked jaw, and for the jaws of Death too, Captain Ahab, if it fairly comes in the way of the business we follow; but I came here to hunt whales, not my commander's vengeance.
Casting my eye over the accounts, I find that branch of business pays pretty fairly, and I am game for extending it.
The Chinese strategy is to keep the bird in play for long rallies and I am game for it.
I am game for anything that the team wants me to do.
That was my first start but fitness wise I think I really proved that I am game and up for it," said the 30-year-old, who missed much of last season with a ruptured thigh muscle.
Lick-ers said they are also hoping to ignite enough interest to have lacrosse included as a Pan Am game in future.
This time, the first two rounds in the Fil division will be at CJH and the last two are at BCC, the Am games are reversed.
McCallion led the service's emergency medical and operational planning for the Toronto Pan Am/Para Pan Am Games.
men's team at the 1995 Pan Am Games and in 1988 for the Costa Rican Olympic team.
Axalta hosted visiting business leaders who were in town for the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games last summer.
At the Pan Am Games, Thibeault and her teammates managed to win just one of their three preliminary round matches.
Edmonton played host to both the women's World Cup of soccer and the Junior Pan Am Games, a track and field competition.
Ottawa, July 27 (Petra)-- After a record-breaking performance by Canadian athletes at the Pan Am Games, the head of the Canadian Olympic Committee is leading the charge for Toronto to bid for the 2024 Olympic Games.
Emboldened by a Pan Am Games that has seen Canada post record medal totals and win positive reviews for a well-organized and entertaining competition, Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) president Marcel Aubut told host broadcaster CBC that he will, "absolutely lead and advocate with the whole power of my office that Toronto becomes the host city for 2024 Olympic Games.