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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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I'll give it a whack and get it kicked back For kicking it's what I like most!
Carreg Mn Hotel probably won't make it, given the kicking it's taken over its stance on its staff speaking their own language in the kitchen.
Surely if their manager is capable of bursting a gut in January to keep their club alive and kicking it's not too much to ask that the fans do the same?