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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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We're Kickin It is a powerful resource in the fight to alleviate bullying.
Headquartered in Monmouth, NJ, Kickin It helps to bring national awareness to bullying, an ever growing epidemic that continues to plague our youth by providing projects and resources to schools.
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On that sultry night, I was kickin it, choppin it up with the homeboys at our comer liquor store.
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