to raise the roof
/ɹˈeɪz ðə ɹˈuːf/
to make a lot of noise due to loudly cheering, shouting, celebrating, playing music, etc.
(out) on the town
/ˈaʊt ɑːnðə tˈaʊn/
used to refer to the action of visiting multiple restaurants, bars, etc. in an attempt to have a good time
to push the boat out
/pˈʊʃ ðə bˈoʊt ˈaʊt/
to spend much money for parties and celebrations
to have the time of one's life
/hæv ðə tˈaɪm ʌv wˈʌnz lˈaɪf/
to have a lot of fun and really enjoy oneself
to kick up one's heels
/kˈɪk ˌʌp wˈʌnz hˈiːlz/
to experience an enjoyable time, particularly by spending time at parties
to make the most (out) of sth
/mˌeɪk ðə mˈoʊst ˈaʊt ʌv ˌɛstˌiːˈeɪtʃ/
to enjoy or use something as much or as often as one can
(just) for kicks
/dʒˈʌst fɔːɹ kˈɪks/
just for the sake of having a good time
for the hell of it
/fɚðə hˈɛl ʌv ɪt/
for no particular reason except for having fun
to get a kick out of sth
/ɡɛt ɐ kˈɪk ˌaʊɾəv ˌɛstˌiːˈeɪtʃ/
to be entertained, delighted, or excited by someone or something
enjoy sth while it last
/ɛndʒˈɔɪ ˌɛstˌiːˈeɪtʃ wˌaɪl ɪt lˈæst/
used to say that one should cherish every moment of something enjoyable as they might never get another chance
to make it rain
/mˌeɪk ɪt ɹˈeɪn/
to throw one's money to a stripper in order to attract her attention or to show one's wealth or support
to shoot (some) hoops
/ʃˈuːt sˌʌm hˈuːps/
(in the game of basketball) to take some shots without taking part in an actual game
in the can
/ɪnðə kˈæn/
(of a movie or video) completed and ready to be released
Elvis has left the building
/ˈɛlvɪs hɐz lˈɛft ðə bˈɪldɪŋ/
used to inform an audience that the famous person, often a performer like Elvis Presley, has finished their show and left the premises
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