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See also: Balls
- plural of
- Can you believe he can juggle six balls at once?
- W. S. Gilbert, HMS Pinafore
- When the balls whistle free o'er the bright blue sea / We stand to our guns all day.
- (vulgar, colloquial) The testicles.
- After that shot his balls were really hurting!
- (uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) Bravery, courage, chutzpah, or brazenness.
- Synonyms: see Thesaurus:courage
- He must have a lot of balls to talk to his boss that way.
- He's the guy with the big balls in that group.
- Balls is all that it takes to succeed.
- (uncountable, Britain, vulgar, colloquial) Rubbish, nonsense.
- That's a load of balls.
- (Britain, Ireland, vulgar) A balls-up; a botched job.
- Don't make a balls of it!
follow the translations in the entry "ball" — see ball
- (vulgar, transitive) Speaking or acting with bravado to achieve (something)
- 1981, Tiny Boyles, Hank Nuwer, & William Boyles, A Killing Trade, →ISBN, page 191:
- You're going up to the front door of that mansion and ballsing your way inside.
- 2009, Keith Brooke, The Accord, page 135:
- The poor fuck is broken-hearted, and he thinks he is ballsing it out really well, but he isn't.
- 2014, Claire Farrell, Make You: Stake You #2:
- He was ballsing his way through the conversation. For the first time, I caught a glimpse of something vulnerable behind the usual brashness.
- (vulgar, slang) To engage in sexual intercourse.
- Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ball
balls (not comparable)
- plural of