kick some butt


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kick some butt

verb
See also: butt, kick
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"The Avengers" didn't only kick some butt on screen while fighting Loki, but they also destroyed the box office.
HEATHER Watson exited the AEGON Classic yesterday but warned she is heading to Eastbourne to 'kick some butt'.
And this from the assault on Fallujah, courtesy of US Marine Sergeant Major Carlton Kent: "Each and every one of you is going to do what you have always done - kick some butt."
"We have two weeks left to kick some butt and show what kind of team we really are," he said.
I wanted to know more about the character - she can kick some butt, she's tough, not a wimpy Bond woman.
She told US TV chat show host Jay Leno: "Let's put it like this - Jinx can kick some butt. She's tough.