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Definition:

To be doing well at something.

Example Dialogue:

A: This is the fourth week in a row that I have sold the most units.
B: You are really on a roll. How do you explain it? Is it luck or hard work?
A: A little bit of both.

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6 years, 4 months ago by Ida # 1170
Altough I have heard this expression before, but just realized I have never quite understood the meaning. So, thank you!
6 years, 1 month ago by hadeel # 1187
hello every body
is that mean you are the first?

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