kick it


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kick it

1. To rid oneself of an addiction, especially to narcotics. I never thought I'd be able to give up heroin, but with the support of my friends and family, I finally kicked it.
2. To relax or pass time idly; to hang out. Hey, you want to come over and kick it later?
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kick it

tv. to relax. I need a few minutes to kick it, then I’ll get back in the game.
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Michael Principe, Chief Operating Officer of Blue Equity and Managing Director of BEST, added, "The pairing of these sponsors with the 2008 Kick It 3v3 soccer tour is tremendously significant as it is able to genuinely connect with the family demographic attending the tours in each city.
The difference is you basically just drop the ball straight down and you kick it as hard as you can, and because of the way you drop it you can't kick it as far.
THE public figures of the FA-backed Kick It Out equality campaign say all the right things in public when the issue of racism in football rears its ugly head.
If you kick it too deep, the chance of a good return is pretty good,'' said Allen.
Once I have some technique, I'm sure I'll kick it a lot further.
He can kick it deep, but it's a great thrill and a challenge (to kick it inside the 10).
I'll give Jose a spot on the field to kick it to and usually he'll be able to get it there.