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kick (someone or something) to the curb

To discard, abandon, or dismiss someone or something that has become redundant, obsolete, useless, or unwanted. I can't believe that after 20 years of hard work the company would just kick me to the curb like that! I think it's about time we kick this old computer to the curb. I heard Jenny kicked her boyfriend to the curb last night. They must have had an awful fight!
See also: curb, kick


A person who drives around looking to solicit prostitutes. Primarily heard in US. Don't go into that neighborhood after dark—it's known for prostitutes and curb-crawlers.

a kerb-crawler

  (British & Australian) also a curb-crawler (American)
someone who drives slowly along a road looking for someone to have sex with I don't like walking down this road at night - it's full of prostitutes and kerb-crawlers. (British & Australian)