dance, talk, etc. up a storm
dance up a storm
To dance vigorously and enthusiastically, typically during a certain period of time. You guys sure danced up a storm at the wedding last night—no wonder you're exhausted!
talk up a storm
To talk vigorously, enthusiastically, and profusely. I didn't get a chance to ask her about that because she was talking up a storm the whole night. A: "How did you and John get along?" B: "You were right, we have so much in common! We talked up a storm the whole time we were together."
up a storm
Vigorously, enthusiastically, or to an excessive degree. I didn't get a chance to ask her about that because she was talking up a storm the whole night. Sometimes, when I'm really stressed out, I go into the kitchen and bake up a storm to focus my attention on something positive. You guys sure danced up a storm at the wedding last night—no wonder you're exhausted!
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dance, talk, etc. up a ˈstorm(informal, especially American English) dance, talk, etc. with enthusiasm and energy: They spent the evening celebrating the end of the exams, dancing up a storm at the college party. ♢ Campbell won an award for his first novel, and has been writing up a storm ever since.
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