get a charge out of

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get a charge out of someone or something

 and get a bang out of someone or something; get a kick out of someone or something
to receive special pleasure from someone or something. I really got a charge out of that comedian's routine. Tom is really funny. I always get a kick out of his jokes. Bill really got a bang out of the present we gave him.
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get a charge out of something

(spoken)
to enjoy something very much get a kick out of something He still gets a charge out of being able to please his audience.
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