1)To toss ideas around with no expectation of them coming
to pass, to brainstorm.
2) To make harmless jibes or attacks; make weak accusations.
1)We were spitballing about the upcoming election.
2)I was just spitballing him, but he took it seriously.
作者 jawm 2005年10月23日
To make a suggestion loosely, often one that goes against common logic.
"Now I'm just spitballing here, but why don't we pay off our loan in Canadian dollars and save ourselves soem money?"
作者 Rogultgot 2005年8月15日
v. - to shoot ideas out in the open, may cause yourself to seem like a complete dunce.
Kai was spit balling about the new iPhone, while David, in turn, shot them down.
作者 XeroCint 2009年3月02日

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