rock on

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English[edit]

Interjection[edit]

rock on

  1. (informal) An expression of celebration.
    The circus is coming to town? Rock on, dude!

Verb[edit]

rock on (third-person singular simple present rocks on, present participle rocking on, simple past and past participle rocked on)

  1. (informal, idiomatic, intransitive) To party to music, especially rock, or to continue to perform any such music; to maintain a lifestyle in keeping with, or inspired by, youth rock culture.