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go with a swing

To be enjoyable and exciting, as of an event. Primarily heard in UK. I think a celebrity appearance will really help your party go with a swing.
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go with a swing

BRITISH
If a party or other event goes with a swing, it happens in a lively and exciting way. We stock a wide range of disposable cutlery, cups and plates. In fact, everything you need to ensure the party really does go with a swing! You might like to organise a few games to help the party go with a swing.
See also: go, swing
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go with a swing

(of a party or other event) be lively and enjoyable. informal
See also: go, swing
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go with a ˈswing

(British English) (of a party or entertainment) be lively, enjoyable and successful: Their house-warming party really went with a swing.
See also: go, swing
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