Meaning of 摩拳擦掌

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quán zhǎng
fig. to rub one's fists and wipe one's palms (idiom); to roll up one's sleeves for battle; eager to get into action or start on a task
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Antonyms: 按兵不动
Example Sentences
The soldiers were rolling up their sleeves for the battle.
Each clenched his fists and set his jaw when the order came to arrest the secret agents.
Sometimes story, take on the piano chords try.
The vulture is sitting there--well, if it could it would be--rubbing its hands with glee waiting for this to take place.
They were just spoiling for a fight, and they went out to settle the matter.