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British pronunciation/bˈɔːl ɒv fˈaɪə/
American pronunciation/bˈɔːl ʌv fˈaɪɚ/
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an individual who is very energetic and in high spirits

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ball of fire definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "ball of fire" and when to use it?

The phrase "ball of fire" originally referred to a bright meteor or shooting star. It is used to describe someone who has exceptional energy, talent, or enthusiasm. This idiom is used in conversations and informal writing to talk about people who are highly skilled or influential in their field.

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someone whose career progresses rapidly

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As soon as the band started playing, the lead singer lit up the stage like a ball of fire, captivating the audience with her incredible voice and stage presence.
The young entrepreneur started her own company and quickly became a ball of fire in the business world, achieving remarkable success.
From the moment she stepped on the dance floor, Sarah was a ball of fire, showcasing her incredible talent and captivating everyone with her moves.
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