kick some butt


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Related to kick some butt: come in handy, so much for, take account of, kick up one's heels

kick some butt

verb
See also: butt, kick
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You follow the green dot on the mini-map until you reach the beacon and then kick some butt.
A big thing being at UCLA is that you're just super-proud to be here, it's just a pride thing, and you better kick some butt and if you don't, then you shouldn't be here.
She was devastated, so I sent her a text saying 'don't worry mum, we're going to kick some butt tomorrow'.
Del's a water-analysis expert, socially gawky, but with enough martial- arts moves - thanks to some rigorous preproduction training - to kick some butt.
The crusade has started and we're going to kick some butt," he said.
SO IT looks like the European Union is going to kick some butt over the Holyrood Parliament.