to get the show on the road

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - get the show on the road

"to get the show on the road"

to begin an activity that has already been planned


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - get the show on the road

Two parents are talking ...

Mother: I am so excited for our family vacation. We've been planning it for months.

Father:  Is the car packed?  Do we have everything?  Are the kids in the car?  Is the house locked up?

Mother: Yes, we are ready.

Father:  Then, let's get the show on the road.

Mother:  Here we go!

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - get the show on the road

Several colleagues are attending a meeting ...

Colleague 1:  Why is everyone just sitting around doing nothing?

Colleague 2:  Nobody wants to start.

Colleague 1:  Well, we all know we are here to present our ideas for the new advertising campaign.  I'll get the show on the road by presenting my idea first.

to get the show on the road - Usage:


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to get the show on the road - Gerund Form:

Getting the show on the road when there are four children involved can be a challenge.

to get the show on the road - Examples:

1)  I had a decent enough sleep and was ready to get the show on the road. I did my normal pre-race routine of some coffee, half a ...

2)  ... need a great team backing you up. Get the show on the road! So, if you've got an idea, and you seriously want ...

3)  ... the majority settlement, which helps break financial deadlock and get the show on the road.

4)  ... best part of a month and it was time to get the show on the road, ready or not.

5)  ... taken out a loan and that it was time to get the show on the road.

6)  ... you manage to put a plan into action, you get the show on the road. OK, we've got all we need, so let's get the ...

7)  ... not wait to get the show on the road . Quarrie said he was hoping for favourable weather conditions and ...

8)  I just couldn't wait to get the show on the road and get people's reaction to the work I had done.

9)  ... so that we can really get the show on the road and introduce steel pan music to as many Kiwis as possible.

10)  ... partly to keep costs low and partly to get the show on the road quickly.

11)  ... we have to move on to the next phase and get the show on the road.

12)  ... other women would prefer to maximize their chances of getting the show on the road sooner rather than later. An ovulation calendar can be an excellent way of getting ...

13)  Let's get the show on the road. As soon as I am out of this body cast.

14)  It's truly time to get the show on the road.

15)  ... curtain's open! get the show on the road!... The clock is counting down, the clock is counting down!...

16)  Probably the reason it took me this long to get the show on the road -- but then again I never had a deadline for it.

17)  ... when we leave, but it really is time to get the show on the road.

18)  If so, let's get the show on the road. The very first thing I did was measure the width, height, ...

19)  ... lets just get the show on the road and let the chips fall where they may, ...

20)  ... pool what's left of our resources, we can get the show on the road! A few people I know, including my own family have cleared some trees ...