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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Dan Cramer, Executive Vice President, BEST Experiential Properties, noted, "Kick It's amazing success signals a rise in grassroots participatory sports.
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."
With less moisture weighing down the sand, it's easier for strong winds to kick it up.
This guy may be worth your time so kick it With the girls awhile.
His latest, The Flakes, is no exception Sine, the mop tops get kinds corny, but the guys can kick it out.
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.
Brutal and punk as all get out, these guys kick it out, give thanks to the squats, and play some choice covers by the Sonics (what else?
For Cantona's kung-fu kick it's nine months, say 48 games.
"I think mentally the boy is still quite tender and when he takes a kick it's a worry.
"He said it was a kick in the calf so if it's a kick it's just a matter of letting it run it's course, hopefully it's not a strain.
In the dry it sticks to the road like dog-do to your boot-soles and if the eye-popping traction isn't enough, it can be goaded to kick it's tail around with ease yet never feel out of control.