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21:49 Jul 24, 2001
English to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: ground ball
"There was homicide, a ground ball."

I know that 'ground ball' is a term used in baseball, but it's fugirative in this context.
Ramona Ali
Local time: 08:24
English translation:see explanation below
Explanation:
"A ground ball" is something easily handled, easily dealt with. It's like "a piece of cake", only not quite as strong.
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xxxJon Zuber
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na +3see explanation belowxxxJon Zuber


  

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16 hrs peer agreement (net): +3
see explanation below


Explanation:
"A ground ball" is something easily handled, easily dealt with. It's like "a piece of cake", only not quite as strong.

xxxJon Zuber
PRO pts in pair: 12
Grading comment
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Liv Bliss: Ramona clearly doesn't care much any more, Jon, but - FWIW - I'm with you.
146 days
  -> Doesn't care? ¡Buaaaa!

agree  Libero_Lang_Lab
391 days

agree  Amy Taylor: Fear not Jon - our 'agrees' will add to points for you if Ramona never selects a winner herself. (Happened to me once - really!)
392 days
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