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be ready to roll

mainly US
to be going to start soon: The new TV series from the West Wing team is ready to roll. to be going to leave soon: Give me a call when you're ready to roll and I'll meet you outside.
Translations of “be ready to roll”
in Chinese (Traditional) 就緒, 即將發生, 即將離開…
in Chinese (Simplified) 就绪, 即将发生, 即将离开…
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