waltz in(to some place)

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waltz in(to some place)

To enter (some place, establishment, or event) in a particularly casual, carefree manner. He came waltzing into class nearly 20 minutes late, acting as if nothing were out of the ordinary. I've spent my entire life training to be where I am, and this young kid just waltzes in like it's a hobby of his.
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waltz in(to some place)

Fig. to step or walk into a place briskly and easily. She waltzed into the room and showed off her ring. Eric waltzed in and said hello.
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waltz in

v.
To enter briskly, without hesitation, and with self-confidence: He waltzes in every morning at 9:30 and doesn't care what his boss thinks.
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waltz into

v.
1. To move briskly, without hesitation, and with self-confidence into some place: I hate how she always waltzes into the office 30 minutes late.
2. To lead or force someone to move briskly and purposefully into some place: The teacher waltzed the troublemakers into the principal's office.
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It inspired some local imitators who turned Strauss waltzes into "Scouse" waltzes.
With Telarc's The Never-Ending Waltz the deal is to string together snippets of famous waltzes into a continuous fifty-eight-minute stream.
Johann Strauss the elder gave six concerts at the Royal Amphitheatre in Liverpool, which stood on the site of the current Royal Court Theatre in Roe Street, inspiring some local imitators who turned Strauss waltzes into "Scouse" waltzes.